Boko Haram suspect and alleged manual timer
A suspected member of the dreaded Boko Haram sect has been arrested after he allegedly attempted to bomb the Nigerian Airspace Management Authority, NAMA, office in Lagos, according to Thisday. The supect is reportedly in police custody with some explosives materials were found with him.
It was also alleged that he had with him a manual timer with which he intended to detonate the bomb.
Meanwhile following the suspect’s arrest, it is reported that there is panic at the Nigerian Airspace Management Authority, NAMA.
The dreaded Boko Haram sect have continued to carry out their incessant attacks mostly in Northern states in Nigeria, killing scores of innocent lives, injuring thousands and displacing dozens of thousands from their homes.
However, a possible Boko Haram attack recently caused pandemonium in Lagos state following an explosion in Apapa which occurred recently on June 25, 2014.
Although the spokesperson of the Lagos police, Ngozi Braide, confirmed the blast, but stated clearly that it was a tanker blastwith many Nigerians doubting the state’s explanation.
Meanwhile President Goodluck Jonathan recently on July 31, 2014 reassured Nigerians of his commitment in the fight against Boko haram saying: “we will defeat terror and I will lead Nigerians to achieve this”.
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