How Boko Haram cut off Maiduguri and its environs from electricity supply
By JamesLetters | self meida writer
Published 27 days ago - 1269 views
Boko Haram insurgence had thrown Maiduguri,and it’s environs in to total darkness after cutting off the city from electricity supply from grid.
The incident took place on Saturday 18 January, in the remote town of Ngala, a border society with cameroon and also the Gambaru bridge was destroyed.
According to humanitarian and military sources said, Boko Haram in several trucks fitted with machine guns attacked the humanitarian hub near a camp holding about 55,000 displaced persons .TCN in report from the general manager public affairs, Mrs Nidi Mbah explain that the terrorists damaged a number of transmission facilities there by preventing the City and it’s environs from the supply of electricity.
So far to today being the 16th March , electricity has not been restored, after several attempt but the terrorists could not let the work to be done. Shekau and his members sworn never to let the city to enjoy life with electricity, the humanitarian source said.
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