Banks Refuse To Operate At Nyanya Following May Day Blast

The Nyanya area of Abuja has now become a ghost town as many people have fled to the city centre following last night's attack

Our  reporter reports that while banks are open, they've refused to operate out of fear and protest over last night's bombings. Reports further state that the area has become more of a ghost town with many people abandoning the area even as many of the cash machines in the area are devoid of cash.
Also noteworthy is the fact that the check points which were in place after the April 14th bombing, have now disappeared altogether as the security operatives who were previously there are no where to be found.
Meanwhile President Jonathan is reported to have summoned his security chiefs to a closed door emergency meeting following last night's attack. The attack which occurred late evening left no fewer than 20 people dead and many others injured.