Islamic State has apparently guaranteed obligation regarding the recent assault on an army camp in Yobe, Nigeria on Tuesday, October 24, 2017.
The assault, which apparently prompted the passings of eight Nigerian warriors engaging the radicals, has been depicted as the workmanship of individuals from ISIS.
The attack, which reportedly led to the deaths of eight Nigerian soldiers battling the insurgents, has been described as the handiwork of members of ISIS.
Reports say that in a statement on Thursday, October 26, 2017, the militant group described how the insurgents prepared and attacked the town where they unleashed terror on a military base and members of the community.
“The fighters took three four-wheel-drive vehicles and others mounted with rifles and heavy weaponry and various ammunition,” the statement said.
However, no evidence was provided to back up ISIS claim of being responsible for the Yobe recent attack.
In 2015, the deadly Boko Haram sect pledged alliance to the world deadly terrorism group that is fast spreading around Africa.