The Joint Military Task Force yesterday uncovered a fresh weapons cache at No 3 Gaya Road, Bompai, Kano.
The fresh discovery was made at the same location, where a bunker stocked with arms and ammunition believed to belong to the Hezbollah terrorist organisation, was uncovered last week.
Three Lebanese nationals were arrested in connection with the discovery.
This was contained in a statement by the spokesman for 3 Brigade Nigerian Army, Captain Ikedichi Iweha.
The statement was made available to journalists in Kano.
Iweha said a further search on the Bungalow led to another astonishing discovery of dangerous weapons buried under a wardrobe.
The statement read in part, “After painstaking search of the whole premises, the search team uncovered an underground bunker in the master bedroom where a large quantity of assorted weapons of different types and caliber and ammunition, which were properly wrapped, was recovered.
“On further search of the property, a cooler was recovered buried under the wardrobe which had in it 80 indicators, five PPK pistols, 334 rounds of 7.62mm special ammunition, nine magazines, 4 pistol silencers, 18 caps of 36 hand grenades , four explosive fuses and two explosive devices.”