Two suicide bombing attacks in northeastern Nigeria

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 Two suicide bombing attacks in northeastern Nigeria


Ibrahim Yerima, the director of the police, told Xinhua that two suicide bombing attacks on that day caused about 20 injuries. However, a medical staff member who did not want to be named in Mu Bi general hospital said that after the two bombing attacks, the hospital had received 34 victims. According to Yerima, the two suicide bombers were all men, the first of which occurred in a mosque, and second occurred in an old clothing market, 20 meters outside the mosque, when people were fleeing from the scene of the first explosion. No organization has claimed that these two explosions have been made. Local government officials believe that this is likely to be the extreme organization Boko Shrine. In November 2017, a suicide bombing occurred in a mosque in the town of Mu Bi, killing at least 50 people and injuring many others. Boko shrine was founded in 2004 and has been active in Northeast Nigeria for a long time. The organization has carried out terrorist attacks from time to time in Nigeria and its neighbouring countries, resulting in heavy casualties. Source: Xinhua editor: Liang Lian Fei _NBJS6165 According to Yerima, the two suicide bombers were all men, the first of which occurred in a mosque, and second occurred in an old clothing market, 20 meters outside the mosque, when people were fleeing from the scene of the first explosion. No organization has claimed that these two explosions have been made. Local government officials believe that this is likely to be the extreme organization Boko Shrine. In November 2017, a suicide bombing occurred in a mosque in the town of Mu Bi, killing at least 50 people and injuring many others. Boko shrine was founded in 2004 and has been active in Northeast Nigeria for a long time. The organization has carried out terrorist attacks from time to time in Nigeria and its neighbouring countries, resulting in heavy casualties.