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3 female suicide bombers die in Borno

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By Sadiq Abubakar Maiduguri–

Victor Isuku, yesterday confirmed that at about 2030hrs, at Molai Angwar, three female suicide bombers detonated IED, killing selves at Molai General Hospital, located at an outskirts of Maiduguri, Borno state. The trio trapped the IED on their vests and attempted to gain entry through the exit gate of the hospital, when the devices exploded, “killing them on the spot and damaging the pedestrian gate. “Policemen were promptly deployed to the scene to sanitise and make the area safe. “At about 2210hrs, a fourth bomber detonated in a bush in the neighborhood of Umalari village. No other casualty recorded. Normalcy has since been restored, while search and monitoring of the area continues,” the statement said

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