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Dozens Killed In Abuja Explosion




Dozens have been killed in an explosion that occurred at Nyanya, a satellite towns in the Federal Capital Territory, FCT.

It was gathered that a bomb which had been buried in the ground in the motor park exploded killing and injuring many people waiting to catch a bus to town.

About 7 mass transit buses and other vehicles were affected in the blast which left a wide hole in the ground.

The incident took place under the popular Nyanya bridge, which serves as a motor park to commercial motorists and many workers who troop there to board vehicles to their workplaces in the city centre are feared among the dead.

Rescue operatives have arrived the scene and are ferrying injured persons to nearby hospitals.

More details later…


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