Up to 71 people have been killed and 124 other badly wounded in a bomb blast at a bus park outside Nigeria’s capital of Abuja’s.
The explosion rocked the outskirts of the Nigerian capital, the first in 2 years, causing mass causality on a crowded bus station.
OSINT Confirm bodies were strewn across the station near Nyanyan bridge, about 8 km (5 miles) south of Abuja.
The terrorist group Boko Haram targeted commuters heading to work in the early Monday morning rush.
The bomb struck buses full of passengers igniting fuel tanks which further exploded.
Body parts and blood were strewn across the bus station as rescue workers and police rushed to the scene.
The last Boko Haram terror network attack in Abuja was in 2012 when they detonated a suicide car bombers at the offices of Nigerian newspaper This Day