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Military troops in Kaduna State have arrested a suspect in connection with Wednesday’s explosion allegedly targeted at former military Head of State, Mohammadu Buhari.

The suspect, a young man who was disguised as a woman, was arrested by a military patrol team that swooped on the area immediately after the explosion.

The suspect was trying to mix with a crowd of onlookers that gathered after the explosion when he was apprehended by the team.

Upon revealing his concealed identity, youths in the area attempted to mob him, but he was quickly whisked him away in an armoured personnel carrier.

He is currently being interrogated by security agencies.

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