Wednesday, 15/3/207, at least six people, including four female teenage suicide bombers were killed and 16 others were injured in an attack in northeast Nigeria’s town of Maiduguri.
According to the national emergency service, the four female bombers in their teenage years detonated their explosive vests prematurely in Usmanti.
Reports indicate that the suicide bombers allied to the vicious Boko Haram were targeting an area that houses a crowded community near a police hospital.
The four female teenage suicide bombers and two other men died when they detonated explosives in Usmanti along the Muna Garage road, Ibrahim of national emergency service added in a statement.
Boko Haram is known for its heinous acts of kidnaps, rape, among other atrocities, and mostly uses underage forcibly in suicide missions in Nigeria.
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