A resident, who confirmed the incident on Tuesday, November 29, stated that the gunmen stormed her residence around 10 pm on Monday night.
Edward Simon Buju, the publicity secretary of LP, Zone 3, Kaduna state, while confirming the incident in a statement on Tuesday, described the late women leader as a dynamic, hardworking and dedicated woman who died at a time the party and the country needed her most, Pm News reports.
The statement reads, “The southern Kaduna (Zone 3) LP family, commiserates with the chairman and excos of Kaura local government area over the untimely demised of our mother, sister, Mrs. Victoria Chintex.
“It saddens our hearts that such an industrious, hard working and dedicated woman leader was killed at a time when the Labour party needed her the most.
“The zonal leadership of Labour Party in Zone 3, are bereaved at this moment, hence we are calling on all the members of the party from each polling units, wards, local government, zonal, state and the national levels, to pray along with us at this critical time.
“On behalf of our presidential candidate, H.E Peter Obi, our gubernatorial candidate, Hon. Jonathan Asake, the senatorial candidate for Labour party zone 3, Engr. Dr. Mike Ayuba Auta, we call on the people of Kaura local government, to be law abiding as vengeance is of the lord.
“Do accept our condolences as we pray along with the family. May her soul continue to rest in peace.”
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