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Nigeria-Security: Fifty people massacred in northwestern Nigeria

UNE CINQUANTAINE DE PERSONNES MASSACRÉES DANS LE NORD-OUEST DU NIGERIA © Reuters / Afolabi Sotunde About fifty people massacred in northwestern Nigeria

Kebbi, Nigeria (Reuters) - Dozens of armed men circulating motorcycle have massacred more than 50 people in a village in northwestern Nigeria, said Sunday of the inhabitants.

According to an old village, the attackers entered Dankade, in the state of Kebbi, Friday night, and faced the soldiers and police present on the spot before killing villagers, burn shops and grain silos and to take away from the cattle on Saturday after the departure of the security forces.

"They killed two soldiers, a police officer and fifty villagers. They took hostage the Community leader of Dankade and many villagers, mostly women and children," said Abdullahi Karman Unashi in Reuters.

A week ago, armed men had killed about 200 people in the neighboring state of Zamfara, in this region of northwestern Nigeria which is the epicenter of the Violence of the Jihadist Boko Haram Group and other groups armed for years.

(Report of Garba Muhammad, with Felix Onuah in Abuja, French version Tangi Salaün)

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