Abdul capable Ibrahim, a spokesman for the National Agency for Emergency Management in a statement that at around 01,00 (00,00 GMT) Friday night, Saturday, “tried three suicide bombers, two men and a woman entering Maiduguri University, but the security service at the university was able to spot and stopped by for questioning. “
He added that “During interrogation the two men blew up their charges, killing the guard and wounding another.”
A security source contacted by AFP the toll, adding that the guard who was wounded in the first blast, a soldier in the Nigerian army.
The third suicide “was hiding near a church in the university and blew herself up the right to damage the structure of the church but did not result in casualties.”
He said that the bodies of suicide bombers and the victim were taken to a morgue in Maiduguri.
The witness Maiduguri, the capital of Borno state and the birthplace of Boko Haram group that swore allegiance to a faction including the organization of the Islamic state.
The rebellion resulted in Boko Haram killed more than twenty thousand people and displaced 2.6 million people since 2009.