Group suspect use of abducted Chibok girls as female suicide bombers

Kano explosion

At least 14 people have been killed in four separate attacks by suspected female Boko Haram terrorists in Kano State.

President Goodluck Jonathan has been asked to ensure that security agencies in Nigeria checkmate the new trend of suicide bombing by suspected teenage girls.

Already, 14 people have been killed in four separate attacks by suspected female Boko Haram terrorists in Kano State this week.

A group, Centre For the Advocacy of Justice and Rights, stated on Thursday in a press release sent to journalists in Jos that the terrorists might be using the abducted Chibok girls to perpetrate the evil acts.

According to the group, the suspected female suicide bombers who have bombed Kano metropolis in four separate attacks recently might be some of the over 200 Chiboks girls that were abducted by the Boko Haram over 100 days ago.

“Our greatest fear is that we hope it is not the Chibok girls that are being brain washed by their captors to commit such acts and if our fears are true, then it is already a national tragedy as many of these girls are yet to be accounted for,” the group said in the statement signed by it’s programme officer, Pwakim Choji.

It called on the public to cooperate with the security operatives to curb the new dimension to bombing in the country.


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