Tag: Konduga

Female Suicide Bomber Kills Nigerian Soldiers In Borno

Two soldiers have been killed in a suicide attack at a military checkpoint in Konduga, Borno State, the police said on Thursday. The female suicide bomber, according to a statement by the spokesman of the police in Borno state, Victor Isuku, detonated the explosive strapped on her at a military[Read More…]

‘Over 500 Women, Children Rescued From Boko Haram’s Sambisa’

by Agency Reports Nigeria troops have freed another 234 women and children from Boko Haram’s stronghold in the Sambisa forest, the military said Friday. The defence headquarters said in a statement the hostages were rescued on Thursday through the Kawuri and Konduga end of Sambisa forest. Some 500 women and[Read More…]

Attack On Monguno Desperate, Diversionary – Military Sources

The multiple attacks by Boko Haram on Maiduguri, Konduga and Monguno in Borno State early in the week was a desperate and diversionary attempt to both pre-empt a massive onslaught and create avenue for escape for insurgent commanders. [Pictured, Some-suspected-terrorists-captured-during-a-recent-operation] But the most callous aspect of the attacks was the[Read More…]

Maiduguri/Konduga Attack: Nigerian Troops Wipe Off More Terrorists [Warning, Graphic Image]

Continuing coordinated ground and air mop up activities by military personnel in the aftermath of diversionary terrorists attacks on Maiduguri and Konduga have led to the destruction of dozens of more terrorists. [Pictured body of insurgent killed] Security sources confirmed that at least 53 more terrorists lost their lives as[Read More…]

Nigerian Military Destroys IED Laden Vehicle In Konduga

Provoked by the daring and antics of terrorists, the Nigerian troops have continued to rain devastating blows on their (terrorists’) hideouts and escape routes. This Wednesday’s morning, the troops in Konduga, Borno State destroy a vehicle laden with Improvised Explosive Device (IED) meant for suicide bombing operation by the terrorists.[Read More…]

Senator Saraki Seeks Bipartisan Approach To Ending The Recent Massacres In Nigeria

Senator Bukola Saraki has revealed he is devastated over the recent attack in Yobe state which saw over 43 children of Federal Government College, Buni Yadi killed. The senator was short of words over the recent killings in Nigeria especially in Borno and Yobe state: I can’t find the right[Read More…]