Nigerian security operatives have intercepted another suicide bomber who attempted to penetrate a Transit Camp of Internally Displaced People (IDPs) along Muna Garage on Saturday morning, November 19.
According to PRNigeria, while suspecting the ulterior motive of the suicide bomber with his strange behaviour, the security operatives attempted to accustom him.
But in his attempt to detonate the explosive device, he was gunned down by the officials
It was learnt that the Transit camp is used to check and screen potential displaced people before being allowed into any of the IDP camps in Maiduguri and others in Borno State.
The spokesperson of National Emergency Management Agency, NEMA, in the North-East, Ibrahim Abdulkadir, confirmed that the mangled body of the suicide bomber had been evacuated.
This is coming barely a day after a joint security operation had intercepted suicide bombers during multiple suicide-bombing attempts in Borno State.
On Friday morning, 4 suicide Bombers were killed from their explosives while another was arrested alive by the security operatives.
The incidents occurred at High Court Njiddari Polo area and along Customs Road, close to Muna Garage all in Borno State.
It was gathered that two members of the Civilian (JTF) Volunteer group died while accosting one of the suicide Bombers along Customs Road.
Suicide bombing has now become the mainstream for terror group Boko Haram with the IDP camps one of its major targets. Many of such attacks have been foiled and the suicide bombers killed.