Eleven persons were killed in Borno when members of the Joint Task Force, JTF, clashed with suspected terrorists in Maiduguri, the state capital.

Violence broke out yesterday morning in Maiduguri, the state capital resulting in the death of 11 people. Two people suspected to be terrorists were shot dead while three others were arrested by men of JTF at the main entrance of the Musa Usman Civil Service Secretariat amid multiple explosions at the Gwange Ward.

Mr. Inuwa Usman, a resident of the area said nobody died during the Gwange explosions, but that an ANPP Councillor, Abatcha Gajigana was shot dead in his residence in the area, just as two classroom teachers were killed in their classrooms.

The school proprietor, Kofi Amag said he would close the institution following the attack.

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