On Sunday, over 40 people were killed in the attack by Boko Haram at Nganzai local government area of Borno State, northeast Nigeria.

Nganzai, a local government in northern Borno and few kilometres away to Maiduguri, the state capital was attack earlier before the insurgents moved to Monguno where they were drives back by the Nigerian military.

But, in Nganzai as locals was a different song, for the Local there was no helper for them when the gunmen invaded their town.

The residents said, local vigilante and hunters were left to battled the insurgents, who came with strong amonitions and overpower those men attacked them, which were leaving in cool of blood.

Bukar Gonimi, a resident of Nganzai, who escaped told DAILY POST that there were no security operatives in the town when the militants attacked.

“Fighting aircraft came but left and did not return when the fighting was ongoing and did not also fire at the insurgents, a situation which made some of the local vigilante to retreat,” he said.

Regrettably that none of their representatives, either at the State Assembly or the National Assembly made a ask them about their well being since the attack.

Our Correspondent made several attempt to get the member representing Ngangai at the National Assembly, Hon. Usman Zannah to speak on the attack, but his phones were switched off.

He has also not returned a text sent to him on the claims by locals from his constituency.

The military also did not speak on the Nganzai attack as of the time of filing this story.

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