Friday, 10 July 2015

We Were Paid N2,500 To Carry Out Adamawa Bomb Attack - Arrested Kids

It has been discovered that four kids aged between 9 and 15 were part of the perpetrators of the bomb attack that rocked the city of Yola, the capital of Adamawa State on Thursday. According to them, Boko Haram insurgents instructed them to drop an explosive bag at a specific place in Bachure suburb, near the Army Barracks mainly inhabited by retired military personnel.

Two of the boys who were later arrested by the police said the bag containing the explosive was too heavy for them to carry, so they had to sell it to a dustbin scavenger, whom they ran into at the nearby mechanic workshop. The dustbin scavenger who was also arrested with the children has been helping the police with more information.

A resident, Abraham Tunoh, also confirmed the claim saying the bomb which occurred on Thursday was in possession of four children.

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