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Boko Haram Terrorists now use birds to carry out bomb blasts

This was revealed to newsmen, by the Commander of the multinational force put together to fight the sect, Maj.-Gen. Lamidi Adeosun.

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Boko Haram terrorists.

(The Cable)

The level of Boko Haram's ingenuity shows that the reports of close communication and contact with international terror group ISIS, could be true.

There was a report earlier, that the sect invented biofuel from groundnut out through a crude process, to power their motorbike.

Now, Punch reports that Boko Haram straps bombs to birds in order to blow up particular areas.

This was revealed to newsmen, by the Commander of the multinational force put together to fight the sect, Maj.-Gen. Lamidi Adeosun.

Reports say Adeosun also displayed a picture showing the disaster which the new method of killing people caused, in a recent attack.

The ISIS group are said to also use chickens to carry out bomb blasts in Syria.

The multinational force commander also said there are reports that ISIS members have already joined Boko Haram, but have not been impressed by the sect’s inability meet the requirements for collaboration.

READ: Boko Haram invents biofuel from groundnut oil to power their motorbikes

Also, the Defence Headquarters (DHQ) has issued an alert on the new tactics devised by Boko Haram terrorists to lure unsuspecting youths into their sect.

Boko Haram now has a loan disbursement arm, that lends money to unsuspecting Entrepreneurs to boost their business.

Any businessman who does not repay the loan on the specified date, is asked to become a Boko Haram member or be killed.

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