The joint security team also arrested a sixty-year-old man, Umaru Mohammed within the raided premises and recovered Improvised Explosive Devices,IEDs at stage one state of readiness to be used for bomb attack.
Briefing newsmen at the I Division Army Headquarters today, Assistant Director, Army Public Relations, Colonel Sani Kukasheka Usman disclosed that during the operation , a two-bedroom bungalow of bomb making factory was discovered with several IEDs makin components.
Other items recovered are; eleven primed suicide bombers vests ,36 primed IEDs in Bobo Juice cans, one military kit bag with support items such as hammer, cello tapes ,saw and gums, one bag containing several sensors , twenty-five 9 volts Batteries , 17 sensor mechanical timers and two gallons of turkey oil brand with prepared IEDs.
Col. Usman however informed that both the sixty year old man and the items recovered are in the army custody at I Division, Army Headquarters, Kaduna.
According to him, the factory has been demolished