Top APC Governor ‘Declared Missing’, Over Bloody Attack By Boko Haram Insurgents
The technically defeated Boko Haram, was on rampaging on Tuesday night, as powerful multiple explosions rocked Maiduguri, barely 24 hours after suicide attacks in the city killed 12 persons, including the bombers.
Reports suggest that at least six explosions occurred between 10:45 pm and 11:00 pm, on Tuesday.
Until the time of filing in this report, the Borno State Governor, Shettima Kasim, has not been seen, neither has he issued out a statement to commiserate with the people affected.
According to report, four heavy sounds were heard simultaneously, while two other powerful explosions that shook the roofs, were recorded some 15 minutes later. Details of the explosions are still hazy, as at the time of this report.
The exact location of the blasts is still unknown, because efforts to get the details were not successful, as none of the official security Spokespersons were available for comments.
The series of attacks according to political pundits, might have rubbished the statement made by the Information Minister, Lai Mohammed, sometime ago, that the Boko haram insurgency has been degraded and technically defeated.