Oct 23, 2021

Mawazo Writing Africa

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Black Tuesday: Panic as bandits shoot 10 Worshippers Dead

  • A recent report shows that bandit attacks continued in some communities in Katsina state
  • Gunmen who are suspected of being bandits were killed ten believers on Tuesday. October 5, in Batsari parish
  • The bandits also burned many houses while others injured were treated in hospital

Katsina – Ten people were killed in an attack by armed bandits in Yasore Township, Batsari Township, Katsina State.

Daily Trust reports that 10 believers who held the Magrib prayer were victims of the October 5th incident attacked, reportedly opened fire on the victims and burned down many houses.

SP Gambo Isah, state police officer, confirmed the incident and said the attackers were on a retaliatory mission The Punch added.

The bodies were found to be buried on Wednesday morning, October 6th, while those; he survived injuries are being treated in hospital.

The bandits are believed to have emerged from their hiding places in Birnin Gwari forest in Kaduna state.

A local resident who spoke to the newspaper without revealing his name claimed that the attackers came despite the ongoing military and police offensive.

The police spokesman added that many residents who survived the deadly invasion fled to the headquarters of the local government in Batsari for safety.

Be nice to bandits, Sheikh Gumi tells Nigerians and offers tips on how to be peaceful Can coexist with them

In the past, Nigerians were asked to treat bandits with respect. This is the position of the controversial Islamic cleric Ahmad Gumi.

In particular, he gave the terrorized people in the northwest the tip they can use to live peacefully with the armed bandits who occupy their forests.

Armed bandits kill dozen, kidnap 7 women in Niger communities

Meanwhile, ten people have been burned alive, 20 more killed, and seven women in Kachiwe. kidnapped community, Sarkin Pawa Ward of Munya local government in Niger state, when armed bandits stormed the area during the week.

Local district secretary James Jagaba told some journalists in the state capital Minna.

It was learned that the bandits were able to carry out their activities unabated due to the confiscation of cellular networks in the affected communities.