- 2 Boko Haram bombers were recently nabbed by some military personnel
- One of the bombers is reportedly a young man while the other is female
- The man was arrested at Dala village while the female was arrested at Cimari and No Man's Land
Two bombers belonging to the deadly terrorist group, Boko Haram, were arrested by the Nigerian army troops while they were attempting to detonate explosives attached to their bodies.
Legit.ng gathered that the male bomber was intercepted at Dala village while the female was arrested at Cimari and No Man's Land.
The male bomber was reportedly advancing towards a troops disregarding several warnings not to do so.
According to the director army public relations, Brigadier General Sani Kukasheka Usman, the suspects continue to advance, disregarding warning shots and the troops immediately neutralized him.
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Usman said: "The Borno State Emergency Management Agency and the International Committee of the Red Cross have since been contacted to evacuate the suspect remains.
"It will be recalled that three days ago, on Sunday 16th July 2017, our troops deployed at Mammanti, also averted another catastrophe when they intercepted and neutralized 2 female Boko Haram terrorists bombers who tried to infiltrate and attack the village through troops parapet at about 10.15pm.
"Similarly, the troops of 251 Battalion also intercepted another female Boko Haram terrorists bomber on Monday 17th July 2017 at about 1.49am between Cimari and No Man’s Land.
"This great efforts of the troops helped to save valuable lives and property.
"The public is please requested to continue to volunteer information to the military and other security agencies to help preempt suicide bombings and other atrocities by the remnants of the Boko Haram terrorists."
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Meanwhile, a high-profile Boko Haram terrorist, Konto Fanami, and three other repentant terrorists have surrendered to the Nigerian Army on Monday, July 17.
The army spokesperson, Sani Usman, announced this in a statement in Abuja on Tuesday, July 18.
Mr. Usman said that the four repentant terrorists willingly deserted their hideouts and surrendered themselves to 120 Task Force Battalion at Goniri in Borno.
Watch a Legit.ng TV video below of the army's operation again Boko Haram: