The first attacker walked into a filling station in Hotoro, where people, most of whom were women cued for kerosene.
The Police Commissioner, Aderenle Shinaba, said that the bomber and two others died while eight sustained various degrees of injuries.
Shortly after, another female suicide bomber attempted to pass security check at Shoprite on Zoo road, killing herself and injuring six others including two policemen.
Kano State in recent days has been under tension after the discovery of explosives at Eid ground but the Police say it is still under high alert as few arrests have been made since recent attacks.
No group has claimed responsibility for the attacks.
However, the deputy governor of the state, Abdullahi Umar, who visited the scene of the blast, said the government was conscious and fully aware of the new techniques now used by the terrorists to attack innocent people.
Following the attacks, Sallah celebrations in Kano have suffered a setback as people are being cautious. Also, most recreational parks appeared empty as check-points have been set up within the metropolis.