Friday, 7 October 2016

Three female bombers killed


Three female suicide bombers have been killed.
They were part of the Boko Haram terrorist group.

Nation gathered from the Army headquaters that the suicide bombers planned to attack a military location and luckily troops were alerted by members of vigilante group. They noticed that the three women looked suspicious and walkedd awkwardly with bulging hijab different from other females.

Two out of the three women ran towards the troops who neutralized the bomb , the third ran away to the bush. A soldier ran after but sustained injuries from the explosion.

The soldier is currently receiving treatment.A major attack by terrorist group Boko Haram was averted by soldiers in Gwoza Local Government Area of Borno state after three female suicide bombers were neutralized.

Meanwhile troops of 1 Division Nigerian Army stationed in Anchau, Kubau Local Government Area of kaduna State, also arrested two kidnappers in the process of collecting ransom from a kidnap victim’s family in the area.

The arrest followed a tip off by well-meaning Nigerians that the kidnappers had arrived Dutsen Wai for ransom collection from their victim’s family. Troops were said to have trailed the kidnappers in an unmarked car.

Army spokesman, Col. Usman said the kidnappers who were operating along Abuja-Kaduna road fled towards Zaria in a Honda car with registration number AJ 183 ABJ when they realized that they were being trailed.

“Consequently, the pursuing troops alerted the police stationed in Soba. In the process fleeing, the kidnappers overran the police checkpoints at Soba and Maigana and proceeded to Zaria where they were finally apprehended,” he said.

Items recovered from the suspected kidnappers include:  Honda Accord car, one mobile telephone handset, 4 MTN, 1 Airtel Subscribers identified module (SIM) cards, 1 micro SD card, a national identity card, an INEC voters registration  card, a Miyetti Allah cattle Breeders’ Association of Nigeria Identity Card, United Bank for Africa and Keystone Bank Debit Cards, cash sum of Twelve Thousand, Seven Hundred and Ten Naira (N12,710.00k) and a Notebook containing several names, addresses and telephone numbers of kidnap victims families and
relations.

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