Suicide Bomber killed by Hunters


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A suspected suicide bomber was killed by local hunters while trying to launch an attack on a Mosque at Tashar Marghi area of Gombi town in Adamawa state as residents of the area were also enveloped  with fear for sighting a hovercraft in military colours depositing expired bombs in the surrounding bushes.

An eyewitness who confirmed the incidents said around early hours of Monday when the Muslim faithful were observing prayers a suicide bomber attempted to detonate a bomb on the Mosque at Tashshar Marghi area of Gombi town but met his waterloo.
“Early hours of Monday during the dawn prayers, a suicide bomber carrying two explosives have been shot and killed by local hunters.
He noted that the development has reignited tension in the area following the suspected bombs deposited behind the Walawa hills by military hovercraft.
He said they became suspicious of the said hovercraft as it kept  hovering over the town for a very long time and was depositing expired bombs which at first they thought it was real bombs.
Another resident in the area, Mallam Kalla also noted that at first they thought that the hovercrafts was depositing bombs which led to tensions and apprehension in the area but later discovered that they were depositing expired bombs.
“After a long time encircling the town, the hovercraft finally deposited weapons suspected to be bombs behind the Gombi hills, which at first we thought they were depositing real bombs but later we were told that the military were depositing expired bombs “ he said
While confirming the two developments, the Public Relations Officer of Adamawa state police command DSP Othman Abubakar said  the bombs in questions have expired and the authorities dropped  them there adding that residents should go about their businesses as the bombs will not cause any harm.

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