The University of Jos, Plateau state was thrown into chaos, with lecturers and students fleeing the campus following a bomb scare.
It was reported that an alleged suicide bomber was sighted who was apprehended by the students as he tried to enter the premises, according to Punch.
As a result of the alarm raised by the students, it caused pandemonium in the university as people ran for safety.
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However some students summoned up courage to capture the alleged bomber, who was almost beaten to a pulp before he was rescued by the school security.
This is coming less than 24 hours after bomb blast rocked Abuja which killed 21 people and injured 17.
Immediately the news went round, even students and teachers in lecture halls thought it wise to abandon their books as they took to their heels for dear life.
It would be recalled that on May 20, a twin bomb explosions rocked Jos which left over 200 people dead and scores injured in the blast.
Seven University of Jos students were also killed in the bomb blast.
Following the Jos bomb blast in May, it was reported of another bomb scare which forced residents to remain indoors as schools, banks were shut down.
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