Nigeria, April 11 -- At least fours people including soldiers were killed on Saturday evening as suspected members of ISWAP, a faction of the Boko Haram, attacked Damasak, a border community in Borno State, security sources and witnesses said.

Information trickled in late Saturday night that the border community was under attack. No clearer details were received until the early hours of Sunday.

Security sources told PREMIUM TIMES that the attack was mostly targeted at the UN and NGO facilities in Damasak. A police station and a hospital were also attacked.

"It was a bad situation we had on Saturday when the Boko Haram gunmen stormed Damasak later Saturday afternoon," said a source, a local security personnel who pleaded not to be named...