Boko Haram execute 22-year-old University of Maiduguri student

By Raymond Gukas, Jos

Plateau State has continued to count its loses in the hands of the dreaded Boko Haram terrorist as a video of a 22 year old Ropvil Daciya was purportedly released; showing his killing by the sect has gone viral.

Though the Mupun Development and Cultural Association, (MUCDA), has confirmed the killing in Maiduguri, Borno State, the late biology student of the university of Maiduguri was said to have been held captive for a week before the sad incident.

It was learnt  that the  young man was Kidnapped along with a 20-year-old Zoology student of the same institution who is also a Plateau indigene  Miss Lilian Daniel Gyang and one other white they were returning to school after the Christmas and new year break.

In the video, the executioner said, was an avenge of some “bloodshed” by Christians in the north central region.

The executioner who  was vehement said in Hausa that “In particular, this is one among the Christians from Plateau State. “We are saying to Christians, we have not forgotten what you have done to our parents and ancestors and we are telling all Christians around the world, we have not forgotten and will not stop.

It was recalled that in October 2019 two Plateau aid workers, Lawrence Duna Dacighir and Godfrey Ali Shikagham, were similarly executed by the sect members in Borno State.

The MUCDA in a statement signed by its national publicity secretary, Kenzi Ngupar expressed sadness over the loss.

“we are deeply pained that this has also come to our door steps directly as our own brothers from other cultures on the plateau have also had a share at one point in time of this devilish and inhumane act of taking people’s lives,” the group said in a press statement on Wednesday through its spokesman,” he said.