Daily Trust (Abuja)

Nigeria: Suspected This Day Bomber to Be Arraigned Today

The scheduled arraignment of a suspect alleged to have masterminded the bombing of SOJ Plaza in Nigeria’s Kaduna state occupied by ThisDay, ... ( Resource: Thisday Office Bomber Requests For Lawyer

A man accused of participating in April's bombing of a building occupied by This Day, The Moment and The Sun newspapers in Kaduna will be arraigned today before an Abuja Federal High Court.

Mustapha Umar has been charged on one count of terrorist related act.

He is alleged to have driven a white Honda Academy car with registration number AL 306 MKA with improvised explosives devices into the premises of SOJ plaza and detonated same.

Over ten persons were reportedly killed as a result of the attack.

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