Jan 27, 2022

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Tragedy as 2 Soldiers, 7 Miners Die in Gun Battle Over Discovery of ‘N70m Gold Nuggets’ in Katsina – Legit.ng

  • The battle for gold nuggets in Magama, a border village in the municipality of Jibiya in the state of Katsina, has claimed the lives of two soldiers and seven miners
  • According to the report, the illegal miners, who were also armed, had paid the soldiers a huge sum of money before they were allowed to start mining
  • After the discovery of The Mine Rings’ leaders could successfully run away with the nuggets, which are conservatively estimated at 70 million N

State of Katsina – In According to news that would make many people sad, two soldiers from the Nigerian army and seven illegal miners died in a clash over huge gold nuggets in Magama, a border village in the Jibiya municipality in the state of Katsina.

Daily Nigerian reports that the clash on Wed. och, January 5th, took place around 6:00 pm after huge gold nuggets in one of the open-cast mines that were dug by the artisanal miners.

The 40 or so illegal ones Miners who were also armed paid the soldiers the sum of 500,000 N per pit before they were allowed to start mining.

How it came about

An insider who survived the clash told the newspaper:

“When the soldiers saw the giant nuggets that the miners discovered, they insisted that they be shared equally with them.” < / blockquote>

“When the miners insisted that they would not part with the nuggets or pay more – apart from the N2 0.5 million they paid for the five pits – the soldiers started shooting in the air . “

The spokesman for the Nigerian army, Onyema Nwachukwu, has yet to confirm the development .

Nigerian military promotes 235 high-ranking officers, elevates GEJ’s ex-ADC to brigadier general

This development was released Tuesday evening after 36 of its officers into higher ranks.

In addition, the Nigerian Navy promoted 21 Commodores to rear admirals and 36 captains to Commodores.

One of the officers who have been promoted to the rank of Brigadier General is Ojogbane Adegbe, a former ADC to Goodluck Ebele Jonathan.

The Army publishes photos of explosives found on the streets of Imo and gives details of who planted them

In other news, serious allegations were made against members of the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB) and the Eastern Security Network.

Members of IPOB and ESN were accused of using explosive devices on some municipal roads In the state of Imo.

According to the army, the entire site and the IEDs have been successfully cleared so that the residents can go about their normal activities.