The Police in Borno said five persons died when a suicide bomber attacked an abattoir in Maiduguri on Tuesday. The Commissioner of Police in the State, Aderemi Opadokun, stated this when he spoke with journalists in Maiduguri.
Dozens of people lost their lives when a suicide bomber attacked an abattoir in Maiduguri on Tuesday, June 2, the Borno state police command revealed. In a report published by Premium Times, the commissioner of police in the state, Aderemi Opadokun disclosed the last words of the suicide bomber before
IG of Police Solomon Arase The Borno Police Command on Friday, confirmed the killing of six persons when a suicide bomber attacked the venue of a wedding ‘fatiha’ in Tashan Alade town of Hawul Local Government Area in Borno.
The alleged masterminds of the April 14, 2014 Nyanya bomb blast have told a Federal High Court in Abuja that their confessions to the operatives of the Department of State Services (DSS) was made under duress. Site of the Nyanya bomb blast
A male suicide bomber struck the Garkida cattle market in Gombi LGA of Adamawa State this afternoon, killing 9 people. According to eyewitnesses, the suicide bomber disguised as a buyer to enter the market.
Nine persons were reported to have been killed by a suicide bomber in Garkida in Adamawa State, even as the dreaded insurgent group, Boko Haram has continued to launch several attacks in Madagali area in the state. Report of the attacks remain unclear, however.
A suicide bomber on Friday morning attacked the College of Administrative and Business Studies in Potiskum, Yobe State. The bomber subsequently died, leaving 7 people injured, Channels reports. Although no group has claimed responsibility for the attacks, it is suspected that Boko Haram is responsible.
A suicide bomber has reportedly died in an attempt to wreak havoc on a popular mosque in Potiskum, Yobe State, north-east Nigeria. Witnesses told Channels Television that the suicide bomber was conveying his Improvised Explosive Device (IED) to the popular Sakafa Mosque in Potiskum when it exploded.
As a result of the failed suicide attack in Auno, Konduga LGA, Borno state, two female suicide bombers died. The incident occurred on March 22, Sunday, The Punch reports, when the improvised explosive devices strapped around the assaulters accidentally detonated.
A middle-aged man suspected to be a suicide bomber was saved from being lynched today by the police after an angry mob descended on him following his refusal to be screened at the entrance of the Unguwar Uku motorpark in Kano state today March 19th. Confirming the incident, the Kano
Reports from Kano indicate that a suspected suicide bomber who was lynched by mob yesterday, is presently in coma. The incident that occurred at Ungwa Uku bus station in Kano metropolis on Wednesday, March 19, reveals that the suspect was attacked as a result of his refusal to be screened.
Three suicide bombers died on March 15, Sunday, as as result of their failed attack in Jakana, Borno state. Daily Trust reports with reference to the security sources that the men died as they tried to attack the soldiers of the 212th battalion who were conducting stop and search operations.
It was reported recently that a teenage girl suspected to be a suicide bomber dressed in a hijab was lynched by a mob and burnt to death when she refused to be frisked (click here if you missed it). The Bauchi State Police Public Relation liaison Haruna Mohammed confirmed that the girl was mentally
At least 15 people died on Saturday in Maiduguri following multiple explosions which rocked the troubled Nigerian northeast capital of Borno state, residence and a security source said. The first blast which occurred near a local market along Baga road around 12:00 noon is said to claimed some lives at
Boko Haram insurgents coordinated three explosions in the morning of March 7, 2015, Saturday. According to latest reports, at least 51 people lost their lives, over 100 sustained various injuries in the worst attack on the capital of Borno state, Maiduguri, since the beginning of the year.