by James Sambo
Barely a week after Boko Haram detonated a bomb in the assembly groung of a secondary school in Potiskum, unknown gunmen have reportedly attacked Limawa primary and secondary schools, Minna, Niger state.
The attack happened around 10.30am on Monday, 17 November. The gunmen shot sporadically in the air, after which they used machetes to inflict injuries on some students
It could not be immediately ascertained, the number of persons injured and killed in the attack, however, the injured have been reportedly taken to the hospital.
The incident has been confirmed by the Niger state Police command spokesperson, DSP Ibrahim Gambari, who disclosed that officers have been dispatched to the school, and that things have returned back to normal.