Nigerian president Mohammadu Buhari has reportedly escaped death by a whisker after he was targeted by the Islamic State Terrorists. According to trusted sources the terrorists who are members of the ISWAP detonated a bomb near the palace of president Buhari where they killed three guards on duty. This was a short time after President Mohammadu Buhari had launched a new hospital near the palace.
"Terrorists Target Nigerian President; Miss. Islamic State Terrorists in Nigeria 'ISWAP' detonated a VBIED that killed 3 guards at Okene Emir's palace, Kogi State on 12/29/22 a minute before President Mohamed Buhari opened a hospital 600meters away from the target." A source revealed.
Nigeria has for a long time been under the threat of terrorist attacks and this has affected its development. The ISIS has been the biggest threat but they have not achieved much in their quest. Follow the page for more news updates daily. Don't forget to like and share.
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