On 24 December 2020, Boko Haram attacked Pemi, a mostly-Christian village in Borno State, northeastern Nigeria.[1][2] The jihadists arrived in trucks and on motorcycles, shooting at villagers.[1][2] The insurgents killed at least seven people and kidnapped a priest.[1][2] The militants burnt a church, a hospital and ten houses.[1][2] They also looted food and medical supplies.[1]

Pemi attack
Part of Boko Haram insurgency
LocationPemi, Borno State, Nigeria
Date24 December 2020
PerpetratorBoko Haram