Boko Haram Suicide Bomber Blows Up College

F2FA November 13, 2014

boko haram bombing Kontagora

On Wednesday, another suicide bombing took place in Nigeria, with an explosion at Federal College of Education in Kontagora, Niger State, Nigeria, reports the BBC.

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The explosion occurred after a young woman attempted to gain entry in to the school’s lecture hall.

Recounting the experience to the press, Lecturer Andrew Randa says that the explosion was deafening and that he saw at least four dead bodies, with some of them decapitated.

Other eyewitnesses said there were many casualties, and it has been confirmed that terrorist group Boko Haram are once again responsible for the destruction.

Watch news coverage of the incident in Kontagora here:

This incident is the first time Kontagora, which is about 150 miles from capital Abuja, has been targeted by Boko Haram.

On Monday, the extreme Islamic sect sent a suicide bomber to Potiskum secondary school Government Science, killing nearly 50 students and maiming another 79.

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Last Edited by:Abena Agyeman-Fisher Updated: June 19, 2018


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