Suspected Boko Haram terrorists have vandalised four other high tension towers supplying electricity along Damaturu-Maiduguri Road in Borno State.
The electricity towers were destroyed at Garin Kuturu village in Borno State on Friday night, according to the Punch.
Garin Kuturu village is about two kilometres from Auno, an area constantly terrorised by the insurgents.
The attack on the facilities started in the evening around 7 pm and lasted up to 10 pm after which the four power lines were destroyed.
This incident comes barely one month after the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) commenced the building of a gas plant to provide electricity to the state in the North-East sub-region.
Boko Haram insurgents have over the years deliberately targeted and destroyed electricity towers in a bid to cut off power supply to residents of Borno State.
They had vandalised several electricity power lines thereby cutting off Maiduguri metropolis from enjoying electric power supply for about nine months.
Borno State has been bedevilled by the insurgency war fought between the Boko Haram terrorists and the Nigerian military since 2009.