UK, Canada, Spain condemn Abuja bomb attack
British Foreign Secretary William Hague has condemned the Nyanya bombattackandofferscontinuedUK support for Nigeria.
A statement issued by the British High Commission in Abuja quoted Hague as saying, “I was deeply saddened to hear of the bomb explosion in the east of Abuja. I unreservedly condemn those responsible and hope they are swiftly brought to justice.
“I offer the British government’s deepest condolences to the bereaved and those who have suffered injury. We will continue to work closely with theNigeriangovernmenttohelpthem tackle the threat from terrorism.”
The UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) has however reviewed its travel advise to its nationals.
Also,theForeignAffairsMinisterof Canada,JohnBaird,inastatementsaid “Canada condemns in the strongest possible terms this cowardly terrorist attack during rush hour at a busy bus station in Abuja.
“Such brutal acts of terror cannot be allowed to go unpunished. Canada reaffirms its support to Nigeria as it combats terrorism.”