Amnesty International (AI) said 10 women working in Kwashabe rice farm were still missing after the attack.
The International Human Rights Watch in reaction to the killings said its findings showed that of the 43 farmers killed by Boko Haram, 16 were Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) resident at Farm Centre IDP Camp.
“Boko Haram has consistently and deliberately targeted civilians in and across Borno state. Boko Haram must end its campaign of vicious and unlawful killings of civilians.
“Amnesty International’s findings show that, of the 43 farmers killed by Boko Haram yesterday, 16 were Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) resident at Farm Centre IDP Camp, while 10 women working in Kwashabe rice farm are still missing after the attack,” the group said.
The International organization called on Boko Haram and other armed groups to renounce their unlawful and vicious campaign of violence against civilians.
The group said it was the firm duty of the government to secure lives and property within its territory.
“These killings are crimes under international law and there must be accountability. #EndImpunity #EndInsecurity,” AI said.