Two civilians were said to have been killed, as a result of the multiple explosions that rocked the area.
The Army Public Relations Officer (PRO), Major Badare Akintoye, of the 28 Task Force Brigade, Mubi, Adamawa, confirmed the casualties.
Meanwhile, 10 others, who sustained serious injuries were said to have been moved to General Hospital, Michika and six others with minor injuries were treated immediately.
Akintoye explained that three of the suicide bombers, tried to enter a motor park in Madagali, but detonated the bombs immediately they sighted the military officials.
The last one of them, was gunned down before she could detonate hers.
Madagali, is 300 km from Yola, the state Capital.
This attack is coming barely two weeks after the Nigerian Army repelled an attack by fleeing Boko Haram terrorists in Gulak village in the same Madagali Local Government Area.
While the Local Government Chairman, Yusuf Mohammed, commended the security agencies and local vigilantes, he also sought more support to secure the area.
Also in December 2016, the residents experienced a suicide bombing where at least 45 people were killed and several others injured.