Borno: Two soldiers die as female bomber attack military check point

Borno: Two soldiers die as female bomber attack military check point

Dem police talk am on Thursday, two soldiers don die for inside suicide attack wey happen for one military checkpoint in Konduga, Borno State.

According to the statement wey the spokesman of the police for Borno state, Victor Isuku, release, he say the girl detonate the bomb wey she wear for body for military checkpoint near Internally Displaced Persons camp.

Isuku as to the information wey dem receive from police wey dey Konduga talk on wednesday, around that 7:30pm say one female suicide bomber detonate bomb wey she wear for her body for  Mashimari for military checkpoint behind internally displaced persons camp wey dey Konduga.

The police spokesman talk say the woman die for the attack as two soldiers sef die.

He talk say the whole place don go back to normal now but dem still dey monitor the area.
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