Government of the Republic of Chad has sentenced ten members of the dreaded Boko Haram group to death on terror charges.
This follows the attack by the terror group on N’Djamena, a town close to the Nigerian borders in June and July which led to the death of over 40 people.
The attack of June 15, also destroyed a school and a police building, killing 38 people and wounded more than a 100 people while the one of July took the lives of 15 people.
The City prosecutor general Bruno Mahouli had initially indicated that the Boko Haram suspects are accused for criminal conspiracy, killings, willful demolition with explosives, fraud, unlawful possessions of arms and ammunition, and psychotropic substances.
This is said to be the first Chadian trial involving the Nigeria-based terror group