Boko Haram Suits Up 600 Women for Suicide Bomb Attacks

Kidnapped schoolgirls are seen at an unknown location in this still image taken from an undated video released by Boko Haram
Boko Haram captured 276 teenage girls in April 2014. Many of the girls were quickly sold, married off and moved abroad. 219 of the girls remain missing.

Boko Haram has suited up 600 women with bomb packs for suicide missions in Borno State.
The Premium Times reported, via Religion of Peace:

Security sources said the terrorists, most of whom had fled Sambisa forests and their other strongholds across Borno State, have now regrouped in Marte, a town 112km north of Maiduguri, the state capital.

The deputy governor of Borno State, Zannah Mustapha, confirmed that Marte was seized on Friday.

The news came as soldiers sustained a 24-hour curfew imposed on Maiduguri, the state capital on Thursday after Boko Haram terrorists attempted an invasion of the city on Wednesday night.

Intelligence obtained after the Wednesday attack suggested that at least 600 females had accompanied the Boko Haram terrorists with a mission to carry out multiple suicide bombing in the metropolis.

Three of the women had detonated their suicide belts at the frontline on Wednesday, killing three members of the civilian-JTF and injured several others.

Borno State deputy governor, Mr. Mustapha, on Friday also confirmed to newsmen that 600 women and girls have been kitted by Boko Haram terrorist as suicide bombers with the aim of causing multiple explosions in the town.

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