- Suspicious bandits have struck again in Kaduna and hacked to death the Christian cleric Rev. Silas Ali
- The government of Kaduna state has confirmed the incident and found that the cleric’s body was found on Sunday September 12th
- Governor El-Rufai condemned the bandits’ actions and ordered security forces to hold them accountable pull
Zango-Kataf LGA – Suspicious bandits reportedly hid a pastor from the Evangelical Church Winning All, Rev. Silas Ali, killed in the Zango-Kataf parish in Kaduna state.
The Punch reported that the pastor on Saturday, September 11th, too Death was hacked.
Governor El-Rufai responds
Aruwan said Governor Malam Nasir El-Rufai was affected by the attack and deplored the church and the family of the murdered pastor, The Guardian also reported.
He said: The pastor’s body was found in the early hours of September 12th Found by a search party.
The commissioner quoted the governor as saying that he had charged security forces with stepping up efforts to arrest the perpetrators.
Bandits kill anti – Riot Police, 5 Vigilante Groups
In a similar development, armed bandits killed an anti-riot police officer and kidnapped at least 23 people during an attack in Chikun Township, Kaduna State .
The criminals also killed five vigilantes in an ambush in Udawa along the Kaduna-Birnin Gwari highway.
In Ungwan Sauri and Adnayita, Juji, it was revealed that the bandits had entered the community in the early hours of September 8th n were and sporadically shot and killed the police officer.
Uncertainty: Your silence is not golden, says Senator Ndume to Buhari
Meanwhile, the chairman of the Senate Committee for the Nigerian Army, Senator Mohammed Ali Ndume (representing Borno South) has denounced the fact that President Muhammadu Buhari mainly addresses Nigerians on important matters through his media advisors.
Ndume, der Speaking to journalists in Abuja on Thursday, August 26, in response to the attack on the Nigerian Defense Academy (NDA), clearly stated that the president’s silence on such a critical issue is not golden.
“I’m just worried that the president won’t speak to Nigerians. In a situation like this, silence is not golden. ”
NDA attack: Nigerian military talks about Major kidnapped by bandits in Kaduna
In According to other news, the military high command has reportedly declined to provide details on the condition of Major Christopher Datong, who was abducted by the bandits who attacked the Nigerian Defense Academy (NDA) in Kaduna on Tuesday, August 24th / p>
Few Days after the attack, unconfirmed media reports claimed the attackers contacted the military for a N 200 million ransom.