Disturbing photographs have emerged reportedly showing the charred remains of victims of the twin bombings that rocked a mobile phone market in Kano on Wednesday, November 18, 2015.
The popular GSM market was attacked by with a suicide bomber detonating an explosive device at the entrance of the market while the other was detonated at a pavilion at the center of the market killing dozens of people.
The bomb blast comes a day after a bomb blast rocked a motor park in Yola, the Adamawa State capital, killing 34 people.
A Facebook user, Baron Large-Man Live shared the photos on his page. He identifies as a brand consultant, human activist, publicist, blogger, filmmaker and a realist.
We have to make an exception to our editorial policy of not publishing photos of dead bodies to show the extent of carnage perpetrated by Boko Haram and its sponsors and hopefully to awaken the conscience of our nation to rise up in unity against these terrorists.
The photos are extremely graphic and contain images of corpses. They are upsetting and viewer discretion is advised. Click on the links below to view the photos.