The suicide bombing that targeted busloads of passengers Monday in Kano, in northern Nigeria, 22 dead and more than sixty injured, according to a new report given Tuesday by the police. This new record was confirmed by a member of the emergency services, speaking on condition of anonymity.
“Two suicide bombers launched their trapped against a luxury coach full of passengers about to Best Meat Grinder leave for the south vehicle. The explosion engulfed in total and five bus passengers waiting to board,” said a spokesman for the police. The bus station is mainly used by passengers traveling to the south. In January 2012, she was the target of a bombing that had injured several others, and was then attributed to Islamist group Boko Haram.
Kano has repeatedly been the target of deadly attacks of Boko Haram considered responsible for the deaths of some people in Nigeria since 2009. The group has repeatedly attacked Christian targets, including through deadly suicide attacks against churches on Sunday.