Security agents say they have demoblilised materials suspected to be Improvised Explosive Devises (IED) planted close to the workplace of the Borno state explorers welfare board in Maiduguri. Victor Isuku, police advertising officer of Borno state police order, made the divulgence in a meeting with NAN in Maiduguri on Monday. He said the IEDs, which were planted by individuals associated to be individuals with the Boko Haram extremists, were deactivated by a joint security group. “I can affirm that it was a joint police/military operation that grounded the IEDs however express gratitude toward God, no life was lost or wounds recorded,” Isuku said. No less than 20 individuals were executed after three female suicide aircraft exploded IEDs in Chibok, central command of the Chibok nearby government zone of the state in January. This was trailed by an assault on Saturday night on Dalori town on the edges of Maiduguri, Borno state, which brought about the demise of no less than 50 individuals as at first check.