7 farmers killed, 30 villagers taken hostage, as bandits invade Katsina state

Suspected bandits on Monday killed seven ranchers, including a nursing mother, in three networks of Tashar Bama, Dogun Muazu and Unguwar Maigayya towns, all in Sabuwa Local Government Area of Katsina State.

An individual from Katsina State House of Assembly speaking to the territory, Ibrahim Danjuma Machika, who affirmed the killings on the floor of the House while supporting a movement for the fortification of security in a portion of the towns in his voting public, said the security offices seems vulnerable over the circumstance.

He stated: “Aside from the number slaughtered, the desperados kidnapped a sum of 30 different residents from the influenced networks.


“The hoodlums may have evidently transformed from their past strategy for dispatching their offensives on towns around evening time as they as of now assault the individuals without trying to hide.

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“Our kin now live in dread as the criminals presently complete assaults in our towns with no attempt at being subtle. They execute the individuals, truck away their properties and seize the same number of individuals as they can.

“There is no day, bandits don’t attack some community and the individuals presently don’t rest in their homes.”

Machina further depicted the three influenced territories as the ‘doorway’ to Faskari and Sabuwa towns, the famous asylum of scoundrels and ruffians in the state.

Adding to the considerations, an individual from the House, speaking to Dutsinma Constituency, Mohammed Khamis and his associate from Safana Constituency, Abduljalal Haruna Runka, said assaults by outlaws in the state had gotten troubling.

Speaker Tasiu Zango guided the Clerk of the House to advance the situation of the individuals on the need to fortify security in pieces of the networks to Governor Aminu Masari.

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