Nov 29, 2022

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Update: 20 Kidnapped Traders of Popular Phone Market Regain Freedom, 30 Still in Hostage –

  • Another tragedy has struck Nigeria after the kidnapping of 50 traders somewhere in Gasau, Zamfara state
  • The victims are said to have been smartphones and phone accessories , vendor at a popular aftermarket called Bebeji Plaza
  • However, Zamfara police confirmed the incident and said 20 of the 50 abducted victims were rescued

Zamfara, Gusau – An emerging report has confirmed the kidnapping of as many as 50 young men along the Sokoto-Gusau road on Saturday. June 11

It was also established that the incident occurred in the evening when the kidnapped victims were returning from Sokoto, where they were attending the wedding of Fatiha, one of her colleagues attended.

Eyewitness reports incident

Police confirm incident, say 20 regained freedom

Meanwhile, das Zamfara State Police Command Conf After the incident, 20 prisoners regained their freedom.

He said the command dispatched a search and rescue team to the area to ensure the remaining prisoners were unharmed to rescue.

Bandits shoot the leader of Miyyetti Allah in Abuja

In another development, Adamu Aliyu, the leader of Miyyetti Allah was killed in the Gwagwalada district council in Abuja, and four others the latest bandit casualties.

Aliyu and others were killed on Thursday April 7 in killed by bandits near the village of Daku in the Dobi district of the Council.

MACBAN Secretary Mohammed Usman, who confirmed the tragic incident, gave more details on how it happened.

The government of the state of Niger is making progress in tracking down terrorists

In the neighboring state of Niger, between Sunday 27 February and Tuesday March 1, over 200 bandits killed in a joint security operation.

Umar told journalists during a press conference in Minna on Wednesday, March 2, that this is a big victory for the state in its fight against terrorists and bandits.

He said a total of eighty (80) motorcycles were recovered while some cattle were returned to their owners.

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