15 March 2018

Nigeria: Female Suicide Bombers Blow Selves in Maiduguri

Two female Suicide Bombers on Wednesday night blew themselves to death and injured nine civilians in Alakaramantii area, after Giwa Military Barracks in Borno State.

According to the statement issued in Maiduguri by the Borno state police public Relations Officer, DSP Joseph Kwaji, the two female Suicide Bombers in an attempt to infiltrate into Alikaramanti , an area after Giwa Barracks were intercepted by Security operatives on duty ,and in the process detonated the IEDs strapped to their bodies Killing themselves and injuring nine others.

"On 14/03/2018 at about 2025 hrs. Two Female sucide bombers in an attempt to infiltrate into Alikaramanti area, after Giwa Barracks were intercepted by security operatives on duty, thereby hurriedly detonated the IED strapped to their bodies killing themselves and injuring Nine others.

"EOD have rendered area safe. Corpses and injured victims evacuated to the hospital. Normalcy restored, please , "DSP Joseph Kwaji said.


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