At least 24 people have been killed in a double suicide attack on a mosque and a market in northeast Nigeria, police say.
Daily Trust however reports that a staff of the General Hospital in Mubi who did not want his name mentioned said the hospital had so far received 27 corpses and 64 wounded persons.
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One suicide bomber blew himself up in the mosque, and the second a few minutes later gathered at the scene of the attack the crowd.
In November previous year, over 50 people were killed after suspected militants detonated a suicide bomb inside a mosque in the same town.
This is the second attack at a mosque in Mubi in six months, AP reported.
In June 2014, at least 40 football supporters, including women and children, died in a bomb attack after a match in the Kabang area of the town.