NSCDC ( Nigeria Security and Civil Defence) on tuesdaypareded a 17 years old boy who admitted having killed 18 people since he joined the terrorist group three years ago. Ali Mustafa said he was forced to join the group when he was abducted with many others kids in his village, Monguno.<Boko Haram insurgents came to our village and forcefully took many of us away. We were kept in the bush camp near Kala Balge and from there we carried out various operations, during which I personally killed 18 persons> the teenagers said. He has spent 3 years killing people against his wish, but recently,while in a mission to Maiduguri, he decided to abandon. Hundreds of young boys are currently working for Boko Haram, alongside the youg boy nine other criminals were arrested.
Two teenage female suicide bombers have been shot dead by troops as they tried to sneak into the city of Maiduguri. The two were wearing explosive vests under their clothes when they were shot dead Saturday night. It resoned a deafening explosion in Maiduguri, but it was only the result of the detonation of the bomb. Apart from the two girls ( who where in their late teens) no one else died nor has been injuried. In the same day, Nigeria Army has shot down a Boko Haram kingpin too, in this operation 211 captive civilians has been rescued. Suicide bombing by teenage girls it’s a typical Boko Haram strategy strategy. Since two years over 200 such teenage girls have lost their lives helping Boko Haram to attack both military and civil populations around north-east Nigeria and less than ten of them survived the mission. One of the girls that recently reneged on the mission by refusing to detonate her explosive told security operatives that they are made to believe that the explosives would not harm them. She said they were told that they would disappear to a safe haven where they would be married to handsome husbands of their choice and then live an eternal life of happiness.
Gunmen have killed four guards at a facility operated by the Nigerian subsidary of Italian group Eni, local and security officials said on Wednesday. Four members of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), a paramilitary agency of the government, were killed on Monday at the installation at Omoku, near the oil hub of Port Harcourt, they said. They were shot dead by gunmen in military camouflage, they said.