An international aid organisation, Action Against Hunger (AAH), has condemned the killing of its aid workers by a faction of the Boko Haram.
PREMIUM TIMES Friday reported how a Boko Haram faction, ISWAP, killed the four aid workers who were among six kidnapped in July in Borno State. One had earlier been killed in September leaving the only female victim, Grace, with the kidnappers.
In its reaction, AAH condemned the murder and demanded the release of Grace.
See the full statement by AAH below.
“Last July, an employee of Action Against Hunger, two drivers, and three health ministry personnel were kidnapped while delivering humanitarian aid to extremely vulnerable people in Borno State.
“The first hostage to be executed from the group was killed at the end of September earlier…