Lagos - The United Kingdom has advised its citizens against travelling to areas close to the Nyanya following the bomb attack that killed scores on Monday morning.
"A bomb attack on a bus station in the Nyanya area of Abuja on Monday 14 April has resulted in a number of casualties; we advise British nationals to avoid the area," The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) advised.
Around 117 000 British nationals visit Nigeria each year.
Meanwhile, Foreign Secretary, William Hague condemned Abuja bomb attack and offered continued UK support for Nigeria.
"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," he said.
"I offer the British government's deepest condolences to the bereaved and those who have suffered injury. We will continue to work closely with the Nigerian government to help them tackle the threat from terrorism."
- CAJ News