PHOTOS: Nigerian Military Uncover Bomb Factory

PHOTOS: Nigerian Military Uncover Bomb Factory

Soldiers of the 25 Task Force Brigade of the Nigerian army have uncovered and destroyed another bomb making factory in Miyati and Nyaleri villages, Borno state.

PHOTOS: Nigerian Military Uncover Bomb Factory

In a statement by released by Colonel Sani Kukasheka Usman, the acting director of army public relations, he said that the discovery was made during a search operation yesterday, August 28, in Sandia, Kokakowa and Nyaleri villages suspected to be Boko Haram enclaves. 

Usman, described the finding as “an unprecedented feat” in the fight against the terror group Boko Haram in its area of operations.

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The army spokesperson said: “In addition, three terrorists were arrested comprising an “Ameer”, a high contact and a foot soldier. 

"Among items discovered apart from the Improvised Explosives Device (IED) making equipment, were a Peugeot pick up van, foodstuff, 10-KVA Lister generator, gas cylinders, borehole, 9 bags of fertiliser, pumping machine, 3 bags of maize, 1 bag of millet and 13 empty AGO jerry cans, amongst others."

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PHOTOS: Nigerian Military Uncover Bomb Factory
PHOTOS: Nigerian Military Uncover Bomb Factory
PHOTOS: Nigerian Military Uncover Bomb Factory
PHOTOS: Nigerian Military Uncover Bomb Factory
PHOTOS: Nigerian Military Uncover Bomb Factory
PHOTOS: Nigerian Military Uncover Bomb Factory
PHOTOS: Nigerian Military Uncover Bomb Factory

In a related development, 10 members of the Islamist militant group Boko Haram were sentenced to death in Chad on Thursday, August 27.

Source: Legit.ng

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