- Troubled gunmen attacked St. Albert the Great Institute of Philosophy, a Catholic seminary in Kaduna
- Reports indicate that an unconfirmed number have been abducted of students to an unknown destination after breaking into the school the previous day
- Meanwhile, the spokesman for the Kaduna Police Department, Mohammed Jalige, has confirmed the incident. notes that there are staff members at the school to gain further knowledge
State of Kaduna – Gunmen attacked the Saint Albert the Great Institute of Philosophy, a Catholic ecclesiastical seminary in the Fayit parish in Kagoma Chiefdom of Jama’a Local Government Area of Kaduna state.
They should broke into the school on Monday, October 11th and started shooting sporadically, causing fear among students and school staff, reported Channels TV.
It was found that the armed men later took an unconfirmed number of students to an unknown destination before local vigilante groups arrived to prevent them from taking any more students.
It was also learned that some students were kidnapped by the terrorists rt and others were injured. The number of kidnapped students could not be determined at the time of filing this report because efforts to speak to the school authorities for comments had failed, Sahara Reporters reported.
Black Tuesday: Panic 10 dead believers shooting as bandits
It was found that 10 believers who held the Magrib prayer were victims of the incident on October 5th.
The suspects who attacked the community around 6:30 pm are said to have opened fire on the victims and burned down many houses.
Be nice to bandits, says Sheikh Gumi to the Nigerians and gives tips on how to live peacefully with them
In another report, 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 that they can live peacefully with the armed bandits who rule their forests .
He said people could “develop mutual relationships with the bandits without being harmed”. He said this while giving a lecture at Ahmadu Bello University in Zaria.