by Salihu Mustapha, Kano
Security sources told our correspondent that the bombs were discovered in front of the faculties of Law, Sciences, sports complex and the lecture theatre.
It was learnt that curious attendees at the lecture theatre sighted a black bag in a corner of the hall and raised the alarm.
As a result, the anti-bomb squad was invited to prevent the bombs from detonating.
However, the bomb at the sports complex exploded on its own before the arrival of the anti-bomb unit.
No casualty was however recorded as most of the affected areas were immediately condoned off.
Majiya said, “The command has taken care of it. It has swiftly dispatched the anti-bomb unit to handle the situation. The police are on top the situation.
“Residents should please go about their normal duties. The police however appeal that any suspicious movements should be promptly reported to authorities for proper action to be taken. The command also thanks the people of the state for their cooperation so far.”
In a video posted on the Internet last week, Boko Haram threatened to attack the media and universities.
Gunmen attacked a lecture theatre at the BUK which was being used for Christian Sunday services on April 29, killing 15 people.
Source :The Punch Newspapers