Following the twin bomb explosions that rocked the St. Andrew’s Protestant Military Church at the Armed Forces Command and Staff College Jaji, Kaduna state on Sunday, November 27th, operatives of the State Security Service have arrested more suspects.
This latest round of arrested suspects are mainly civilians who live around the cantonement. This is in addition to the 16 arrested last week by the army authorities.
The recent arrests came just as the authorities of the Nigeria Army and Defence Headquarters continued their probe into the suicide bombings.
It was learnt that the military was collaborating with the Department of State Security to widen the scope of the investigation into the Jaji attacks, which they believed could have been prevented.