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Boko Haram terrorists celebrate Sallah in Sambisa forest

Boko Haram terrorists celebrate Sallah in Sambisa forest

- A new video of Boko Haram terrorists has emerged

- In the video, the terrorists were spotted celebrating Sallah

- The video also shows little children who are members of the dreadful sect

The Abubakar Shekau faction of Boko Haram terrorists has released a new video of how its members celebrated the recently concluded Sallah festival.

In the video released by Sahara Reporters, some of the terrorists could be seen observing the obligatory prayer for the Eid celebration.

The video also showcases a child soldier with heavy weapons, boasting about his involvement in the sect and his readiness to fight with the dreaded terrorist group.

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Watch video of the terrorists celebrating Sallah below:

A child soldier in the Sambisa forest.

A child soldier in the Sambisa forest.

Recall that NAIJ.com reports that Abubakar Shekau, through journalist Ahmed Salkida recently released a video admitting that his sect abducted some female police officers.

The women were on their way to a burial ceremony when their vehicle was ambushed by the sect on Maiduguri-Damboa road on June 20th.

Some of the terrorists with little children in the midst.

Some of the terrorists with little children in the midst.

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The Nigerian police initially denied the abduction of some of its officers by the sect but later admitted the truth on June 30 that two of its personnel and a civilian were abducted by the group.

The women were reportedly on their way to bury a late police officer, Sgt Rahila Antikirya when the unfortunate incident occurred.

Meanwhile, Boko Haram terrorists reportedly killed eight Chadian soldiers during a fierce clash at the weekend.

The incident occurred on islands on Lake Chad, which borders four countries on the edge of the Sahara, Guardian reports.

Chad’s army confirmed the incident on Monday, June 26. Its spokesman, Colonel Azem, disclosed that eight soldiers were killed and another 18 were wounded.

Watch this video of how the Nigeria Air Force recently attacked a Boko Haram base:

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