In Borno 3 female suicide bombers killed in failed attack

This was disclosed by National Emergency Management Authority (NEMA) spokesman, Abdulkadir Ibrahim via a statement.

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Three female suicide bombers have been killed after an attempted attack on a military facility in Maiduguri, Borno state.

The incident occurred on Wednesday, May 3, in the facility popularly known as ‘Guantanamo’ along the Muna garage area of the capital city.

This was disclosed by National Emergency Management Authority (NEMA) spokesman, Abdulkadir Ibrahim via a statement.

The statement reads:

“Yesterday (Wednesday) night 3/5/2017, at 10:05 pm, three female teenage suicide bombers attempted to attack military outpost popularly known as “Guantanamo” along Muna garage.”

“They were sighted trying to gain access to the premises and were shot by the securities leading to the detonation of their concealed explosives, which killed all three of them and injured one of the security personnel.”

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Ibrahim also said that a security agent was injured while trying to stop the attackers.

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