Explosion Rocks Kano School of Hygiene, Over Seven Feared Dead

By on June 23, 2014

Over seven persons lost their lives and 20 are reportedly wounded during an explosion that took place at the Kano School of Hygiene along Sabuwar Kofa in Kano State.

The ‎spokesperson for the Kano Police, Magaji Majiya, who confirmed the explosion to Sahara Reporters, said it is possible that the blast was a result of an explosive device going off.

According to Leadership, it was a suicide attack by a yet-to-be-identified bomber. The suicide bomber has since been apprehended by the local police.

Reportedly, the school is adjacent to the private residence of Nigeria’s Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Dahiru Abubakar. The area has been cordoned off, with the officials to comment shortly.

Naij.com reader Adamu Abdullahi Adamu witnessed the deadly incident as he was in the area to collect his OMR from WAEC official when the bom went off. The first thing he did was call his significant other, Zainab, to ensure she was okay. There are many casuallities, our reader says and adds that most of them are female students some of whom were there for admission exercise. Parts of human bodies lay scattered around, he reports, expressing his shock over the incident and doubting sanity of the perpetrator. Many parents whose children could have been near the school, he says, are panicking as the police commissioner and secruty agencies are

 

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