On Tuesday, members of the dangerous Boko Haram Islamic cult murdered over 20 women who they considered to be witches.
According to reports gathered by StechiteGist Media, the women were abducted from the Gwoza community in Borno, northern Nigeria.
According to reports, the terror organization murdered the women who were accused of being witches after the death of the kids of Ali Ngulde, a Boko Haram commander.
According to a military source who spoke to SaharaReporters on Tuesday, “Boko Haram commander, Ali Ngulde massacred over 20 ladies by cutting their necks after accusing them of being witches in Borno.”
“Around 40 of them were kidnapped last week; on Thursday, more than 10 were killed in Gwoza Town; and over the weekend, more than 10 were killed.
Following the unexpected deaths of the commander of the jihadist group’s children, “the women were all suspected of witchcraft.”
Members of the terrorist organization broke into the police mobile training school in Limankara, in the Borno State local government area of Gwoza, in January 2022. Some people were kidnapped as a result.
Senator Ali Ndume, the head of the Senate Committee on Army, is from Gwoza Town, which is about 25 kilometers away from the training facility.