Sahara Reporters is reporting that not fewer than two people have been killed in Maiduguri, the Borno state capital, in early morning explosions by Boko Haram bombers. According to the report, the insurgents again hit Muna garage in the capital city of the northeastern state.
It is not yet clear how many casualties occured from the blasts but at least the two bombers have died. NAIJ.com recalls that just on Monday, April 24 at least 10 people died from explosions in three separate attacks in Maiduguri. Three civilians and a bomber were killed in Mainari Kanurivillage, along Damboa/Biu Road, on the outskirts of Maiduguri.
The Police said the second attack occurred at about 7.30am, when a suspected Boko Haram terrorist disguised as a cart pusher was intercepted by residents of the community. According to the report, he detonated the Improvised Explosive Device (IED) in his cart, killing himself and three civilians standing nearby. The explosion also injured two civilians.