Boko Haram Releases Video Of Kidnapped Oil Workers.

The alleged Islamic State group of the partisan fear based terrorist group, Boko Haram, has taken responsibility regarding the assault on a military-escorted caravan of oil investigation laborers in the Chad Basin. Scores of officers and regular citizens died in the trap. 

As indicated by sources inside the initiative of the extremist group, the Islamist terrorists did not quickly understand the creation of the guard when they propelled their assault. Such attacks on convoy are a common occurrence in Nigeria's beleaguered northeast zone where Boko Haram militants have been most active.

After the assault, the radical warriors kidnapped four people shrunk by the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC). One of their casualties died from wounds he maintained amid the invasion. 

In a photograph acquired by SaharaReporters through a columnist with access to the two groups of Boko Haram, the kidnapped instructors are seen looking scared and situated shoeless in some unidentified indoor office. 

It is uncertain whether the Islamist extremists plan to make deliver requests in return for the arrival of their casualties. 

Nonetheless, their choice to discharge the photograph of those they snatched may recommend a longing to look for an arranged settlement to free the hostages

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