- Three people have been reportedly killed by Boko Haram terrorists' bomber attack in Borno state
- The terrorists launched the attack at an Internally Displaced Persons’ camp in Pulka area of the state
- The attack was said to be the first in an IDP camp area of the state since its liberation
Not less than three people were on Monday, December 11, killed by Boko Haram terrorists while seven others sustained injuries at an Internally Displaced Persons’ camp in Pulka, Borno state.
Channels TV reports Pulka is a town in Gwoza local government of the state and which is 135 kilometres away from Maiduguri.
According to sources at the camp, the bomber came to the entrance of the camp and blew herself up leading to the death of three persons injuring seven others.
It was learnt that the Monday’s bomber attack was the first in an IDP camp in the area since its liberation.
Security officials are yet to provide details of the attack or provide an official statement on the incidence.
Meanwhile, NAIJ.com had reported that the new theatre commander of Operation Lafiya Dole Maj-Gen Rogers Nicholas raised alarm that people are still providing information on locations of troops in the northeast region.
Nigerian Air Force operations against Boko Haram - on NAIJ.com TV: