Last Saturday, three suicide bombers attacked a village in northeastern Nigeria that killed four people and leaving eight wounded.
The authorities said that the bombers consisted of a man and two women. They targeted the village of Umariri, near Maiduguri city.
Borno state police spokesman, Victor Isuko said, “The bombers detonated the IEDs (Improvised Explosives Devices) strapped to their bodies while running to different directions.”
Officials said that among the deceased were a vigilante and a woman with her two children.
A spokesman for the National Emergency Management Agency, Ibrahim Abdulkadir, said that the vigilante was trying to cease the bombers and that was when we was killed with the woman and her two children nearby.
The bombings were similar to the previous ones executed by Boko Haram, but no one has yet claimed responsibility for it.