The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has said three kids were responsible for the bomb attacks in Konduga Village, Borno State.
Concise News understands that there were three bomb attacks in the Northeastern State which left 30 dead and injured 40 others, Monday.
While reacting to the incident, the UN agency appealed to authorities and parents to shield their kids.
It did not, however, reveal the ages and identities of the three children but said they were two girls and a boy.
“UNICEF appeals to all those involved in this terrible conflict to protect children at all times and to keep them out of harm’s way,” UNICEF noted.
According to UNICEF, five children have been used in suicide attacks since the beginning of 2019.
In 2018, 48 children were used as human bombs in Nigeria, including 38 girls.