Adamawa blast: Atiku calls for vigilance

Following Friday’s bomb blast in Madagali, Adamawa, former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar has called for vigilance among residents of the state.

At least 30 people were killed in the explosion reportedly carried out by two female suicide bombers in a busy market in the northeast city of Nigeria.

In his reaction via his Twitter account, the former VP, who is from Adamawa said his “people will not be bowed by terrorists”.

He wrote, “To the people of Madagali in my home state of Adamawa, affected by the bomb blast today, we are praying for you. Our people will not be bowed by terrorists. We must keep up our vigilance and increase intelligence even in liberated communities.”

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