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52 women trained to attack in Maiduguri

One of the bombers, who was arrested by members of a local vigilante, reportedly confessed that other bombers had been sent into the town to detonate bombs and cause destruction.

According to reports, 52 female suicide bombers have been ordered to carry out attacks in Maiduguri.

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A member of the vigilante told This Day:

"One of the female suicide bombers arrested revealed that presently in Maiduguri there are 52 female suicide bombers who have been commissioned to explode bombs at high density areas."

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