Monday, 1 December 2014

Kano Mosque Attack: Bombs Were Remotely Detonated By A Strange 'white Man' - survivor


A victim of the explosions that occurred at the Central Mosque near the palace of the Emir of Kano said the suicide bombers’ improvised explosives were remotely detonated by a strange white man at the mosque.

One of the victims of the Friday explosions, Malam Shehu Ahmed, currently receiving treatment at the National Orthopaedic Hospital Dala, shared his experience with Channels Television.

It was a different story and one strange enough to aid investigation into the attack that occurred during the Friday jumaat. Malam Adamu was right inside the mosque when the explosions occurred.

“I saw an uncomfortable white man enter the mosque alongside two black teenage boys who later remotely detonated the explosives in the bodies of the said boys,” he said.

Other victims of the attack receiving treatment at the hospital also recounted their experience in the aftermath 
of the tragic incident which killed over 150 worshippers and left over 130 injured.

No group has claimed responsibility for the attack but another victim, Sani Bello, believed the Boko Haram terrorist group was responsible for the incident that hospitalised him and his father.

Hospital official, Dr. Nura Aminu, confirmed that injuries sustained from the attack were very severe.

“There are injuries which are irreparable, which means the persons affected may likely lose their legs,” he said.

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