suspected members of Boko Haram terrorist sect on Wednesday night attacked a number of villages in Madagali and Michika LGAs in Adamawa State.
Chairman of Madagali LGA, Maina Ularamu, confirmed the incident. According to him, the gunmen first attacked Kirchiga Village before entering Shuwa town, one of the border towns between Borno and Adamawa states in northeast Nigeria.
Sporadical shooting started at about 8 p.m.; the casualties' figure is yet to be determined. Latest unconfirmed reports suggest a bank and a police have been set on fire.
Also, according to our reader Jimmy Mallum's update, EYN church no.1 in Michika, the local government Secreteriat, Federal Science and technical college in Michika, a missionary school in Shuwa and most likely Bazza town are under severe attack.
Local residents have fled the area.