Six suspects have been arrested in connection with the bombings in Suleja, Niger State.
State Security Services (SSS), which broke the news yesterday, said it
also uncovered a building in Suleja where explosives are being
manufactured by members of the Boko Haram sect.
yesterday, the Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS) deported 72 Nigeriens
handed over by the Brigade of Guards, the Army Unit protecting the
The NIS is looking for a man suspected to be recruiting and sending Nigeriens into Nigeria.
SSS, in a statement in Abuja signed by its spokesperson Mrs Marylyn
Ogar, said: “Following the bombings at the INEC office, Suleja on 8th
April, 2011 and the All Christians Fellowship Church, Suleja, Niger
State on 10th July, 2011, this Service commenced investigation to
unravel the perpetrators.
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