As a minimum 80 people were killed in Christmas Eve bombings and fights between Muslim and Christian youths in central Nigeria, official say.
The police said on Saturday 32 people were killed in the bomb attack but with more than 100 injured in hospital the death count was predictable to raise.
"We have healthier 80 dead bodies so far in Jos," Daniel Gambo, an official at the Nigerian emergency organization agency said late on Monday.
The chief of defense staff said two suspects were under arrest in Jos, the capital of Plateau state, in ownership of dynamite and hazardous weapons on Monday.
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