Unknown Gunmen have shot and killed a Lawyer, Haro Gandu working with the State’s Ministry of Justice in kaduna, and even abducted his wife and son.
Gandu was killed in his house in Kaduna as he tried to escape through the back door of his House immediately he sighted the gun men.
The gunmen afterwards left the premises with his wife and children to an unknown destination.
A colleague to the deceased lawyer reported that the men stormed the lawyer’s residence at Kakawu area of Kaduna State and gained access to his room through the window.
Gandu before his death, was the Deputy Director in Kaduna’s State Ministry of Justice.
Kaduna State which is one of the most dense populated States in the North, has lots of accumulated potentials in it’s area of commercialization, business, trade and commerce; and is also filled with people coming from different wakes of life, West, East and South.
The state has had its own share of conflict now considered by many Nigerians as the most conflict characterised zone in the country.
The killings so far, most especially in the Southern part of the state has posed questions to the safety of other residents there and likewise the kind of leadership present in the country.
Not forgetting also the evil deeds that has so far being perpetrated by Kidnappers along the Kaduna-Abuja highway, scores have been killed and many kidnapped. Another of their barbarous and remorseless act saw them shoot and kill a Lawyer Haro Gandu, working with the State’s Ministry of Justice in kaduna, and abducted his wife and son.
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