Jul 28, 2021

Mawazo Writing Africa

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More Deaths in Nigeria as Bandits Kill 10 in Kaduna Villages

– Some houses in Kaduna are now mourning after some family members were killed

– Also were about four people injured when attacked by bandits.

– The criminals were reported to have attacked three communities in the state

Another ad incident occurred in Kaduna state. Again, some people have lost their lives in the hands of criminals.

The most recent incident occurred when bandits marched into communities in three counties of Giwa, Igabi and Chikun in Kaduna State .

10 people, including a community leader, were killed. In addition, about four people were injured in the attacks, reports the Punch Newspaper.

The attack was confirmed by the State Commissioner for Internal Security and Internal Affairs, Mr Samuel Aruwan / p>

He said:

“The community volunteers hired the bandits and three residents were killed in the ensuing gun battle.

The names of those killed as Alhaji Shafiu, Alhaji Balailu Sani and Abdulsamad Hussaini.

He added that juveniles in a repression attack from Na’ikko village attacked a nearby settlement in Fulani, Rugan Abdulmuminu, killing two people allegedly involved in the earlier attack while identifying those killed as Abdulmuminu Agwai and Samaila Agwai.

The inspector said some bandits had also entered the village of Dakyauro, Sabon Birni and Igabi LGA and killed four people after rustling about 25 cows.

He added:

” The four people killed were listed as Musbahu Yusuf, Basiru Jaafaru, Ja’afaru Yahaya and Umaru Sulaiman. Two people were injured in the attack: Anas Ibrahim and Aisha Abbas. “

Meanwhile, the commissioner said bandits had killed a community leader, Dauda Adamu, in Ungwan Ayaba in Chikun LGA by the state.

In another report, suspected bandits killed at least two police officers during a firefight on Saturday evening, May 23, in the town of Magami in the government district of Gusau in Zamfara.

The sad incident was confirmed by the spokesman for the Zamfara State Police Command, Muhammad Shehu.

The bandits stormed the city of Magami to attack the community, but police officers moved in, based on intelligence agencies and involved them in an exchange of fire.

He made the comment during a National Security Summit in Abuja.

He said:

The revered traditional ruler sa I would. “We know en it and we see it. For some of us we have seen so much in our lives. “

During a summit organized by the House Special Committee on Security on Wednesday May 26, Spokesman Femi Gbajabiamila and Senate President Ahmad Lawan complained about the increase Activities of bandits and terrorists in Nigeria.

Gbajabiamila noted that at a time when the uprising is trembling as the basis of the country, it is right to admit that efforts to combat Uncertainty has not yet led to the desired results.