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Army rescue 211 civilians from Boko Haram suicide bombers

Posted: 12 March, 2017 at 01:13 pm
Army rescue 211 civilians from Boko Haram suicide bombers
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Two suspected Boko Haram suicide bombers have been killed by security operative attempting to enter Maiduguri, Borno state on Saturday, March 11,NAN reports .

Victor Isuku of the Borno state police command confirming the incident said the bombers attempted to enter the capital city through the Umarari in Molai, near Damboa road but were intercepted by security operative.

Army rescue 211 civilians from Boko Haram suicide bombers

He said: “On Saturday at about 20:45hrs, two female suspected suicide bombers, of about 18 years of age, attempted to enter Maiduguri through Umarari in Molai General Area which is about 9 Kilometres to the township.

“They were sighted by local vigilantes- the Civilian JTF- and consequently shot dead by security personnel on duty at the area.”

“The police Explosive Ordinance Disposal team was mobilised to the scene to render the unexploded improvised explosive device safe, while normalcy has been restored to the area.”

Army rescue 211 civilians from Boko Haram suicide bombers

Also on Saturday, 211 civilians were rescued from Boko Haram terrorists by the army at Cingal Murye and Maja villages.

“In addition, the patrol team escorted two heavy duty trucks and 18 pickup vans to recover Internally Displaced Persons' food stuff from Mala Maja.”

Brigadier-General Sani Kukasheka Usman in a statement said one terrorist was neutralised while 11 bicycles were recovered from the fleeing terrorists.

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Good news!! I commend our gallant soldiers for doing a fantastic job - Ibrahimmuhammad0092@gmail.com
Wetin come bring boko haram back? Haven't they been defeated by APC? Thank God they did not succeed - Sandra Chinasa
Thank God they did not succeed - Lilian Nnedinso
Hmm i don't really understand what is going on again before i heard that Boko Haram has been defeated but now i don't understand - Eze@gmail.com
I don't understand our military again, first they told us Boko Haram have been defeated and now same defeated Boko Haram, is attacking people residence. This governmentis seriously looking for achievement to claim but the fact, is there is non for now. May God protect our gallant men - yayahdrs8@gmail.com
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