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VIDEO: Ansaru Claims It Murdered 7 Kidnapped Foreigners

Online: A video grab taken from a video posted online by Islamist terror group Ansaru, claiming that they had killed seven hostages captured in February from a construction company operating in northern Nigeria
Ansaru islamic group yesterday claimed it has killed seven hostagesAnsaru seized the men on February 16 from the site Setraco construction company operating in the northern part of the country.
In a statement, the terrorists cited reports from local media organisations that British planes had been spotted at a Nigerian airport, suggesting that a rescue operation was imminent.
But the Ministry of Defence categorically said its planes were only present at Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport in Abuja to assist the French-led operation in Mali, categorically denying any involvement in a rescue bid…watch the video when you continue

The group, also known as the Vanguard for the Protection of Muslims in Black Africa, released a statement saying that they had killed the hostages because of a planned rescue by British and Nigerian forces.
The message, issued in both Arabic and English, was accompanied by screen shots of a video purporting to show gunmen standing above the dead hostages.

Statement: The message, attributed to Ansaru, posted online claiming that the seven hostages had been killed
Statement: The message, attributed to Ansaru, posted online claiming that the seven hostages had been killed

Local media: A report, published by Leadership Weekend, claimed that five British 'jet bombers' were spotted at Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport in Abuja
A report, published by Leadership Weekend, claimed that five British ‘jet bombers’ were spotted at Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport in Abuja
Local Report
Local report
Ansaru cited two local media reports claiming that British planes had arrived in Nigeria to assist a rescue operation for the terrorists but the MoD categorically denied that British troops were involved in a rescue 
Workers: The group were all employees of Setraco, a Lebanese construction company with an operation in Bauchi state v

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