Militants slit throats in Nigeria bar attack – witnesses
Horrific details have emerged of militants burning, shooting and slitting throats during an attack on a town in north-eastern Nigeria’s Yobe state.
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Residents say the attackers moved quietly on foot into Geidam town on Wednesday night.
A police spokesperson told the BBC the militants had killed one man and burnt down several buildings at a college – before heading to a bar where they killed at least nine people.
Witnesses say some of the victims, including women, were shot dead and others had their throats slit while their hands were tied behind their backs.
It’s still unclear who carried out the killings. But the jihadist group Boko Haram and its splinter faction known as Islamic State West Africa Province (Iswap) have been waging a deadly insurgency for more than a decade in the region.
Iswap, which is affiliated to the Islamic State group, had said it was behind an explosion in a bar in Taraba state on Tuesday. Several people were killed and more than a dozen were wounded.