Two killed, others injured including soldier as bandits attack southern Kaduna again

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Two people have been killed and others injured including a military personnel as suspected bandits attack  Gora Bafai, Atyap Chiefdom in Zangon Kataf Local Government Area of Kaduna State again.

According to reports, the attack occurred on Thursday, May 4, 2023, barely three weeks after 29 were killed in an attack on Runji Village in Zangon Kataf Local Government Area of Kaduna State.

The military personnel and one civilian injured in the yesterday’s attack have been taken to the hospital and are currently responding to treatment.

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The President, Atyap Community Development Association, Dr Samuel Achie while narrating the incident, told DAILY POST that the invaders attacked the military personnel keeping surveillance in the village, leading to the loss of lives.


According to him, “We are waiting to see what Brig. Gen Opurum is going to do after warning both the Atyap, the Hausa and Fulani people against carrying out an attack again. He promised to deal decisively with any group of people that carried out any attack again.”

He explained that the Atyap people through their monarch were exploring all means for the sustenance of peace with other tribes within his domain.

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Achie said those killed would be buried, while praying for the recovery of those injured.

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