Several Feared Killed As Boko Haram Strikes Konduga

Posted August 16, 2017

It was gathered that the three female suicide bombers detonated their explosive belts in a local market and outside a nearby camp for people displaced by Boko Haram violence in Konduga Local Government Area of the state. They detonated their explosives nearly simultaneously, Lawan Kalli said.

At least 30 people have been killed and some 80 more wounded in a bombing attack in Nigeria's northeastern state of Borno.

The report said that the woman blew herself up at market in the village Konduga, near the city of Maiduguri in North-Eastern Nigeria.

The injured have been rushed to the hospital in Maiduguri.

In Nigeria, 28 people have been killed and 82 injured in three simultaneous suicide attackers in the town of Mandarari.

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But the suicide attack resembles past attacks carried out by the Boko Haram militants in the region.

The Nigerian Army has launched a new mobile strike team aimed at reduction of ambushes and sudden deaths of their personnel even as they count down eighteen days to the capture of the king pin of the insurgency Abubakar Shakau.

The Islamist group faced several reversals previous year, losing large swathes of territory to the Nigerian military. At least 37 people, including members of the team, died when rescuers from the military and vigilantes attempted to free them. The media are sugeesting that the attackers may be affiliated with a terrorist group.

While the Nigerian Air Force are of the opinion that the sect has been dealt with substantially, the military and Borno state governor agree that the fight is far from over. Recent church attacks on June 17 killed more than 50 people and sparked fears of a wider sectarian conflict in Nigeria.