5 dead, 11 injured in triple terrorist attack

The agency made the disclosure via a statement released by its spokesman in the North-East zone, Abdulkadir Ibrahim.

The Boko Haram insurgency has intensified suicide attacks in and around Maiduguri in recent months after losing captured territory to the military

NEMA also revealed that eleven people were injured in the attacks which occurred on Wednesday, April 26.

The agency made the disclosure via a statement released by its spokesman in the North-East zone, Abdulkadir Ibrahim.

The statement reads:

“Three suicide bomb attacks at three different locations in Muna namely Muna Usmanti, Muna garage and Muna Ethiopia respectively. The incidents occurred around 4:11 am which led to five deaths."

“Among the death persons include four suicide bombers and a Civilian JTF (vigilante). The injured persons were taken to General Hospital for proper medication while the death bodies were deposited at the mortuary by NEMA and SEMA emergency response officials.”

Security agents, on Monday, April 24, prevented an attempted suicide attack by three female bombers in Maiduguri.

The attacks are believed to be the work of terrorist sect, Boko Haram which operates mostly in the North-East.

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