Senator Shehu Sani, representing Kaduna Central, on Wednesday, May 2, called on the federal government to install bomb detectors and cameras in schools and religious centres to prevent terrorist attacks.
NAIJ.com gathered that the Kaduna lawmaker sated this in a tweet on his verified Twitter handle following the recent attack on Mubi, Adamawa state, by terrorists. He also enjoined the government to train clerics in preventive security.
The lawmaker also said: "The bomb attack on a mosque in Adamawa state stands condemned.Its despicable and evil.Again, it demonstrated the irreligious lunacy and coloration of terrorism.Both Muslims and Christians are victims."
Many people were feared dead on Tuesday, May 1 following bomb blasts in Mubi town, Adamawa state, Northeast Nigeria.
Confirming the incident, the chairman of Mubi north local government, Alhaji Musa Bello, said the blasts occurred around 1.30pm.
NAIJ.com had reported that the Adamawa commissioner of police, Abdullahi Yerim, confirmed that two male bombers were involved in Tuesday’s twin bomb attacks in Mubi town.
Yerima, who spoke to News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), said the first blast was in a mosque around the second hand clothes market during afternoon prayer, while the second was outside the mosque.
“The first blast was in a mosque while the second suicide bomber detonated outside the area when people around were rushing to escape," Yerima said.
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