BY CLARION PROJECT
(A previous attack by Boko Haram terrorists who burned down the homes of an entire village.) (Photo: Reuters)
The attack occurred in Gamboru, a town in the Borno state in northeastern Nigeria located on the border with Cameroon.
It was not immediately known to which group the teenage attacker identified, but the attack had all the markings of the terror group Boko Haram, which is known for targeting crowded mosques and market places and using children to carry out their deeds.
Boko Haram (which literally means “secular education is forbidden”) opposes all groups – including Muslims – that do not adhere to their extreme beliefs.
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