26/4, and branch offices of a leading newspaper in Nigeria was bombed killing at least 40 people died and over 100 injured. This isthe bloodiest bombings in impoverished West African country sinceearly this year.
He Abisola Fernades - Director Safelive Foundation Hospital in the capital Abuja - Rescue workers said 37 bodies were taken outbased newspaper This Day (Today) address located at the center of the capital.
Also, the rescuers had brought about 100 people were injured to hospitals.
Almost simultaneously, in the city of Kaduna in northern Nigeria also occurs a bomb aimed at the building where the offices of threerepresentatives of the newspaper This Day, The Sun and TheMoment as three people were killed and a injured.
This Day newspaper editor, one of the leading newspaper inNigeria, said it was a suicide bombing.
"Perpetrators go on a jeep. After the security guards opened the gate, this name was driving crashed into the building and detonatedthe bomb ", The Journal Olusegun Adeniyi said.
There are no recognized organization responsible for implementingthe bombing. Meanwhile, the investigation is being carried outexpeditiously.
Recently, Nigeria has frequently happened in the attacks carried outby the group Boko Haram.