Bloodbath Averted, JTF Intercepts 2 Car Loads Of Explosives, 6 Girls Arrested


Information reaching from primary sources stationed in Maiduguri indicate that the Joint Task Force [JTF] have averting a major bloodbath. According to the information, the JTF comprising both civilian and military personnel intercepted two vehicles [Gulf 3 model] loaded with Improvised Explosive Device [IED] along Kano road in Maiduguri, Borno State, this evening.

The catch was made today’s evening at about 8pm. The six occupants of the two Gulf cars were reported to be all ladies aged between 20 to 25 years old – pretending to be travelers. The drivers along with the six ladies were detained by the JTF. The ladies are suspected to be members of Boko Haram. The two vehicle drivers were male.

In speaking with one of the members of the civilian JTF who was involved in the operation, he explained that Boko Haram had adopted a new mode of transporting its weapons and operators. “They are using young women now disguised as travelers”. He went on to add that the “JTF have intensified ‘stop and search’ at every checkpoint in the city. We suspect more cars to be on the road”.

It can be recalled that the spate of recent suicide bombings in Kano, Bauchi and other northern locations were carried out by young ladies.



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