Traditional Ruler, 15 Others Abducted In Katsina Community Fresh Attack

December 24, 2020
15 Views

By Adejumo Enock

The village head of Kaigar Malamai in Danmusa Local Government Area of Katsina State has been abducted alongside 15 others.

According to Katsina Post, the gunmen in their numbers stormed the village around midnight on Monday and operated for several hours after which they left with the victims.

A Villager said, “They invaded our village, Unguwar Malamai, around 11:45pm and began shooting sporadically”.

“They abducted 16 people, including the village head, Maiunguwa Kabir, six housewives, three young girls and six children”.

According to the Villager, “At that time, three of the gunmen forced one man to take them to the residence of his elder brother, using his motorcycle, which he did. Two of them went into the house and the other one who stood at the entrance asked the man to run away”.

“When he left the place, he ran towards some security operatives and told them what was happening in the village, but instead of them to go and confront the gunmen, they asked the man to stay with them till day break”. The Villager added

You may be interested

Recurrent expenditures take up 88.5% of Nigeria’s revenue in 10 years – report
Business
4 views
Business
4 views

Recurrent expenditures take up 88.5% of Nigeria’s revenue in 10 years – report

Webby - January 19, 2021

In the recently approved budget for 2021, Nigeria plans to spend N13.5 trillion in budgetary expenditure out of which N4.3…

Insecurity escalates in north, bandits kidnap Professor, kill four in Kaduna
Crime
2 views
Crime
2 views

Insecurity escalates in north, bandits kidnap Professor, kill four in Kaduna

Webby - January 19, 2021

The insecurity crisis in the northwest Nigeria has continued to escalate without restraint. Several bandits on Monday night stormed the…

MRA implements project to defend impunity of attacks on Nigerian journalists
News
3 views
News
3 views

MRA implements project to defend impunity of attacks on Nigerian journalists

Webby - January 19, 2021

The Media Rights Agenda (MRA) on Monday launched its project on combating impunity for attacks against journalists by public institutions…

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.