- Once again, a Catholic bishop is said to have been kidnapped by unknown perpetrators in the state of Kaduna
- New reports suggest that the priest has been kidnapped was in a village allegedly the hometown of Bishop Matthew Kukah
- Southern Kaduna Peoples Union spokesman Luka Binniyat, who confirmed the attack, described it as the unfortunate incident People are helpless
Lately, Kaduna state has been the hotbed of deadly attacks and residents have become helpless, despite the government trying to find ways to prevent recurring Stop attacks.
Once again, bandits have attacked the village in the hometown of Matthew Kukah, the Catholic bishop of the diocese of Sokoto, and kidnapped a priest.
The Cable reports that the armed men Luka Yakusak, the priest of the k Atholian Church of St. Matthew, in the village of Anchuna, Zangon Kataf LGA, state of Kaduna.
The bandits are said to have entered on Monday, September 13 at around 8:00 p.m. invaded the community.
Mohammad Jalige, spokesman for the Kaduna State Police Department, was unable to confirm the incident.
But Luka Binniyat, spokesman for the Southern Kaduna Peoples Union (SOKAPU), confirmed the kidnapping of the Catholic priest.
Binniyat said the attacks and murders were ongoing in the communities South of Kaduna, particularly in Zangon Kataf LGA, and the inability of the security authorities to stop the attacks have left the people helpless, This Day also reported.
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“Yes, I can confirm that a Catholic priest in Achuna, the village of Bishop Kukah, was kidnapped on Monday, September 13th he, around 8 p.m.
“This is not the first time that armed men have attacked the community. You remember that a few years ago the traditional ruler of the Ikulu chief, the brother of Bishop Kukah, was kidnapped.
“These ongoing attacks and murders in the southern Kaduna communities, particularly in Zangon Kataf LGA, and the security authorities’ apparent inability to stop the attacks, have left our people helpless. “
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According to reports, the move appears to be taking a heavy toll on the bandits as they are reportedly demanding food to release their prisoners. < / p>
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According to reports, this was announced on Friday 10 September by a spokesman for the State Police, DSP Abimbola Oyeyemi, announced.