2017 Maiduguri attack
On 22 March 2017, at approximately 4:30 a.m, a series of bomb blasts occurred in three locations in the Muna Garage area of Maiduguri, Nigeria. The blasts occurred at the Muna Garage Internally-Displaced Persons (IDPs) camp.
|2017 Maiduguri attack|
|Part of Boko Haram insurgency|
Location of Borno State in Nigeria
|Location||Maiduguri, Borno State, Nigeria|
|Date||March 22, 2017|
The attacks, which were unleashed by five people at different locations, resulted in the deaths of at least 8 people and injured 20 people. Among the dead were four suspected bombers and four Nigerian IDPs.
No terrorist group immediately claimed responsibility for the explosions, but terror group Boko Haram may be responsible for the attack as Maiduguri has been attacked by Boko Haram previously.
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