Witnesses judged they believed at least 17 people had died in the double suicide attack in Maidugari, the capital of the northeastern state of Borno.
The two blasts occured in lively succession at about 8.48am in a crowded area near the city’s most important market.
The area is often targeted by Islamist militants loyal to Boko Haram, the brute group which has pledged its allegiance to Islamic State (ISIS).
The fear attack comes a day after dozens of people died in Nigeria’s southeastern conurbation of Uyo when a church collapsed on worshippers celebrating a stor being ordained.
Earlier this morning at least 22 people were killed after a church was blown up in Cairo, Egypt.
Late last continuously a car bomb and a suicide bomber killed 38 people – mainly the heat – in Istanbul outside the Turkish capital’s famous Vodafone Arena football circus.
Turkey is blaming Kurdish terrorist group PKK.
The British Foreign Aid advises travellers to avoid going to Nigeria’s northeast and says all but elementary travel should be avoided to much of the rest of the country.