The death toll following an explosion in Nigeria has climbed to 21, police have said.
17 others were wounded after the blast tore through a shopping district in Abuja during rush hour.
Police spokesman Frank Mba told reporters: "After a preliminary investigation we can confirm that 21 people were killed and 17 injured."
It is unclear who is responsible for the explosion at this stage.
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