Nigeria Christmas Day Bombing: Bomb Blast Hits Catholic Church In Abuja – Over 60 Injured

boko haram bombing at st theresa catholic church in madala , abuja 80 people reported dead while several people injured in this latest Christmas day bombing by Boko Haram in Madalla, Niger State.

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Dec 25, 2011 – Nigeria Christmas Bombing: Boko Haram Explosion Hits St Theresa Church Close to Abuja

Naijagists.com just learnt that a massive Boko Haram bomb blast has hit St Theresa Church near Abuja (Madalla, Niger State) during early morning Christmas day mass celebration. naijagists.com

We learnt the explosion hit a church near the Nigerian capital Abuja on Christmas morning, according to an emergency official said, there were several casualties, but he could not immediately provide a figure.

Explosion in St Theresa Church close to Abuja,” said Yushau Shuaib, a spokesman for the National Emergency Management Agency of the blast in the Madala area. Watch the video below

Boko Haram Bomb Blast in St Theresa Catholic Church Near Abuja- Video

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2n80BM1QuvI

People were inside the church at the time of the blast, but Shuaib could not say how many.

Many people people have been confirmed dead while several people injured.

Stay in touch with naijagists.com for an update on this developing story.

4 thoughts on “Nigeria Christmas Day Bombing: Bomb Blast Hits Catholic Church In Abuja – Over 60 Injured

  1. GOOD LUCK JONAHTAN IS A DISPOINTMENT TO THE NIGERIA PEOPLE, THE GREATEST MISTAKE HE MADE WAS TO NEGOCIATE WITH THE BOKO HARAM, THE UNITED STATES MADE IT CLEAR TO THE WORLD NEVER YOU NEGOCIATE WITH TERRORIST, DIS PEOPLE (BOKO HARAM NEED A IRON FIST NOT SOMEBODY SO SOFT AS GOOD LUCK AND SAMBO, AS FAR AS I CONCIEN DIS TWO GUYS ARE TO WICK TO RULE NIGERIA…PEOPLE DIE VERY DAY AND YET NOTHING IS DONE, REMEBA D NIGER DELTA ISSUE EVRY LITTLE TIN TROPS ARE BEEN SENT TO THE REGION TO WIPE OUT CHILDREN AND THERE PARENTS AND NOTHING HAS BE DONE WITH CONCIENING D BOKO HARAM.

  2. Police adjacent to the churches were most probably busy collecting bribes, passed the bomber through after he must have parted with a little bit more than usual.

    The northern leaders do not see anything wrong in this kind of attacks as long as mosques are left alone. They run their mouth calling for this and that summit with emptiness coming out of the summits. Arrest some of the sects sponsors and other northern leaders step into the sponsorship position. This sect serve the northern leaders ultimate goal that the introduction of sharia law (not that the leaders obey this laws) failed to achieve and that is to give the Muslim north dominance over the affairs of the country called Nigeria. They make it easy for recruits coming into the country from Niger, Chad and so on. Focus more on the foreigners in our midst and you would be towing the right path toward crushing this insurgency. Stop celebrating your little achievements in dealing with this insurgency and focus more on putting something consistent into place to crush same. Eliminate some and more come in through the absolutely porous thing called the Nigeria border line. The Lucifer anointed religious leaders should be monitored, the source of fund coming into their institutions should be monitored.

    If the military could organize the partial arm clean up they did recently, why not do that on a regular basis and extend same to the south west, south east and south south. Give this security strategy a bigger play and you would be doing national security a great good in the whole nation not just the northern region. Too many weapons available in the country, mostly those brought in by the treasury looters, sorry, politicians, during their campaign and by those who just profit from selling weapons. Clean this country of the arms on a consistent basis.

    Mr President talks tough, the citizens see him as weak in action. It is always “we are going to do this and that starting from today”, six months or a year after the talk, the story becomes “we would now start implementation because there were things that had to be put in place”. Another six months down the line, the talk becomes “now we are ready to go” and so forth. This has become the Nigeria Government way regarding everything (roads, power supply, security, and so on). This has gradually worked it way into becoming the people way of talks, no action. The big professors and money bags talk, they have the capacity to do something little (boreholes, roads, security) in their domains but do nothing unless they would be rewarded with national honors or contracts in million of folds. They wait until they become politicians and join the other “big talkers”.

    The citizens praise treasury looters, want to be their friends, hail their wives and mistresses, look with envy upon their children, relatives and friends. Some citizens do this because of the hunger in their belly, some are outright greedy for this affiliation to the treasury looters. How do you praise thieves, their children, their friends, their relatives and mistresses? Why not do it the right way and say “that is the son of that thief going over there, that is the wife of the thief, that is the father of that thief, mother of the thief, that is the the thief’s friend, that is the musician that love praising thieves” and so on. You can also go like this “na the barawo dey go so, na the barawo pikin be dat, na the barawo wife be dat, na the barawo friend dey go so, na the barawo praise singer be dat” and so on. Also this way, “na the ole dey go so, na the ole friend de dat, na the ole mama wear dat big head gear”, na the ole pikin det spray money for dat party so, na dat musician wey like to praise oles be dat” and so on. Add your Naija flavor to this praises but do not leave out the thieving part.

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