Nigeria: Terrorist Bomb Factory Found in Kaduna

Nov 30, 2012

Sahara- Assistant Director of Army Public Relations, Col. Sani Kukasheka Usman, today displayed materials recovered from a bomb factory referred to as a two-bedroom bungalow, where Improvised Explosive Devices in “stage one state of readiness” were recovered from suspected islamist militants in Zaria, Kaduna state.

The operation also recovered several IED-making components that include:
•    17 Sensor Mechanical Timers (Remote Controls)
•    11 Primed Suicide Bombers Vests
•    36 Primed IEDs in “Bobo” cans
•    One military kitbag with support items like saw, hammer, cello tapes and guns
•    2 gallons of paint containing prepared IEDs
•    2 gallons of turkey oil brand with prepared IEDs
•    7 rolls of wires of various lengths
•    One bag containing several sensors
•    25 nine volt batteries