Female Suicide Bomber Dies In Failed Attempt To Bomb University

A female suicide bomber attempting to bomb Northwest University in Kano state on Sunday, July 27 is died, according to the Nigeria police.


The female bomber suspected to be 16 years of age was said to have walked towards the gate of the University when policemen guarding the University became suspicious of her motive, according to Sahara Reporters.

Not comfortable, the policemen decided to isolate her and called for reinforcement from female police officers.

Apparently the female bomber who had a bomb concealed inside her hijab, killed herself by detonating her explosives, while injuring five policemen in the suicide mission.

This is coming a day after, a suspected bomber allegedly connected to the Kaduna twin explosion who disguised asa woman was caught by the Military in the state.

Kano state has been under serious attacks in the past few days.

On July 24, a bomb explosion hit the New Road Motor Park in Sabon Gari, Kano, around 3pm reportedly killing about 5 people, according to Channels TV

Just today, July 27, a bomb explosion occurred in at the premises of St. Charles Catholic Church in Sabon gari area of Kano, killing five people in the explosion.