Security agents storm terrorists’ hideout in Keffi, as hoodlums detonate bomb
A combined team of security agents stormed a hideout of terrorists believed to be members of the Islamic State’s West Africa Province (ISWAP) in Keffi, Nasarawa State, dislodging the terrorists in the process on Monday.
The security agents reportedly acted on intelligence report and invaded the terrorists hideout in Keffi.
According to sources, the terrorists who were allegedly said to be ISWAP members rented an apartment opposite the General hospital in the city.
The agents on receiving the intelligence, stormed the hideout.
Two of the terrorists, however, on sighting them, detonated their bombs and were blown to bits and pieces instantly.
Following the incidence, meanwhile, at least ten people have been arrested so far in connection with the terrorist group as at the moment of this publication.
Addressing newsmen after the operation, the police spokesperson warned house owners of the need to be careful whom they rent out their houses to in order to avoid ugly incidences as this.
The spokesperson also urged residents to report suspicious movements and strange people living in their neighbourhood and to be security conscious more than ever before!
Below are some of the pictures of the blown terrorists [viewer’s discretion advised]: