Nov 28, 2021

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Northern State Belted in Fear As Gunmen Abduct Igbo Businessman, Ohanaeze Reacts

  • An Igbo businessman was kidnapped by some armed men in the Bosso area of ​​Minna, Niger
  • The armed men came into the community and caused terrible with gunfire, whereupon they kidnapped the man
  • The tragic and frightening development was confirmed by the Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Niger branch

The Maikunkele community in the Bosso area of ​​Minna, Niger, was attacked on Saturday November 20th by a gang of armed men who kidnapped an Igbo businessman.

Tribune reports that the attackers gained access to the community through nearby forests and tried to suppress any form of resistance with gunfire before heading towards the victim.

It was found that the kidnapping of the southeastern businessman was about a year ago ch the death of an Igbo man in a similar attack.

While the criminals were walking around sporadically shot, residents fled to safety, while many ran into bushes and others in a market Cover went.

This has been confirmed by the President of Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Niger Branch. Chief Emmanuel Ezeugo.

Armed men in military uniform ambush soldiers in Niger, kill 2, injure others

Two soldiers were killed and several others injured when they were Recently ambushed by some armed men in an attack in Niger.

The attack occurred during a rescue mission by 28 members of the Madaka community in the state who had previously been kidnapped.

It was found that around 13 injured soldiers were treated in government facilities in Minna, the state capital. Others whose injuries were more severe were reportedly taken to Kaduna for serious medical treatment. The state Governor Abubakar Sani Bello, who killed the two soldiers in the youngest Attack by Kagara in the Rafi parish of the state confirmed, said the injured were responding to treatment and will soon be discharged from the hospital.

He visited the injured soldiers who were in the special hospital Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida (IBB) were treated in Minna.

One of the injured soldiers, Major D. Omale, told Governor Bello during the visit that there were around 200 bandits who rode on motorcycles.