Showing posts with label Bombers. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Bombers. Show all posts

Monday, October 14, 2013

Suicide Bombers Die In Unsuccessful Plot At Ethiopia/Nigeria Match

Two Somali suicide bombers who'd planned to kill soccer fans during Ethiopia's World Cup qualifying match against Nigeria on Sunday blew themselves up accidentally before carrying out the attack, the Ethiopian government said on Monday.

Tuesday, July 9, 2013

4 Suleja Bombers To Spend The Rest Of Their Lives In Jail.

Four persons out of the six suspected terrorists standing trial before a Federal High Court siting in Abuja and resided by Justice Bilkisu Aliyu, were on Tuesday jailed for life.

One of the suspects however bagged a ten year jail term while the other was discharged and acquitted.

The six were arraigned on a five-count charge in 2011 charged with the April 8, 2011 bombing of the Independent National Electoral Commission. INEC, office in Suleja, Niger State, where 16 died and others injured.

They were also charged with the July 10, 2011 explosions at the All Christians Fellowship church in Suleja, killing three and injuring others; the March 3, 2011 explosion at a political rally in Suleja, where three people died; and the May 23, 2011 explosion in Dakwa Village, Bwari, Abuja, killing three policemen.

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Nigeria Still Winning The War Against Boko Haram: kills three, arrests 25 BH Bombers in Borno

Military authorities in Abuja yesterday said that the Special Forces troops at the weekend killed three insurgents in Maiduguri, Borno State and arrested 25 others.
The Defence Headquarters, DHQ, which stated this yesterday in a statement signed by the Director, Defence Information, Brig.-Gen. Chris Olukolade, also said that troops had intercepted “messages sent to fleeing insurgents urging them not to give up but fight to the end.”  said the attempt by some of them to heed the call was foiled at the weekend as they were trailed to some settlements and towns towards the border where they had planned to regroup.
Olukolade added that the troops destroyed the insurgents’ assembly points in areas north of Baga, a border town with Chad.

Sunday, February 10, 2013

7 Suicide Bombers Heading To Nasarawa State Arrested In Kaduna

Reports reaching us say soldiers apprehended seven suicide bombers in Kaura local government area of Kaduna State today.
According to a competent source, the bombers are from Kano State and were heading to Nasarawa State. Allegedly, six of the bombers are male while the seventh is a female.
More details later.

Saturday, December 22, 2012

Suicide Bombers Attack Airtel and MTN Offices in Kano

Suicide Bombers Attack Airtel and MTN Offices in Kano

Two suicide bombers attacked a branch of Airtel and MTN Communication offices in Kano state, early Saturday morning, killing a yet to identified number of people. A source close to joint security forces in the state, told Channels Television that one suicide bomber hit the premises of Airtel on Mallam Kato Square , killing one unidentified person.

Friday, December 7, 2012

Boko Haram: Bombers Promised Crown Of Respect, 72 Virgins In Heaven

The incentives promised suicide bombers of the Boko Haram sect to carry out their deadly missions were yesterday revealed in court. An Army officer told the Federal High Court in Abuja on Wednesday that four suspects of the Suleja bombing were promised 72 virgins each as incentives. The officer, whose name was not given for security reasons, was testifying in the case filed by the State Security Service against the six accused Suleja/Madalla bomb attack. He said while testifying that the information was contained in a cell-phone confiscated from the suspects at the point of their arrest in Gumel Junction, Kachia in Kaduna State.


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