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Members of the anti-bomb squad of the Lagos State Police
Command have announced the
discovery of a time bomb at Seme, the border between
Nigeria and the Republic of Benin.
The bomb was discovered at about 6am on Monday morning at an area dominated by
residents from Niger, Mali and Hausa settlers from the northern part of the country.
The police anti-bomb squad has detonated the bomb and have
commenced a vigorous search
on people passing through the
Seme Border. Each person was ordered to raise his hands in the air before being allowed to pass.
"The part of Seme Border where
the time bomb was found is occupied mainly by Hausa, Niger and Mali Republic nationals
popularly known as 'Zongo',"
said a police officer in the area
who did not want his name
published. "It is suspected the
planting of the time bomb might
have been done by them.”
When contacted, the Lagos State
Police Command spokesperson,
Joseph Jaiyeoba, said he was yet
to get any briefing on the
report. "I have not heard of
anything from Seme Border;
give me time to confirm and I
will get back to you," he said.

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