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Niger State: Armed bandits reportedly invade Shiroro, kidnap 50 villagers

No fewer than 50 individuals had been alleged to have been kidnapped in Bassa neighborhood in Shiroro native authorities space of Niger State by armed bandits.

Within the assault, which occurred within the early hours of Thursday, it was gathered that the bandits rode into the neighborhood on bikes in massive numbers.

DAILY POST learnt the villagers who had been preparing for the day bumped into the bushes for security round 5:0am when the invaders arrived the neighborhood

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Confirming the incident, the Co-convener Involved Shiroro Youths, Sani Abubakar Kokki decried the persistent assaults on defenceless folks within the council space.

Kokki stated, ” The variety of folks kidnapped shouldn’t be but sure however, all I can say is that so many harmless folks had been carried away. On Tuesday, another communities in Bassa/Kokki had been attacked and a whole lot of losses had been recorded there too.”

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In response to him, ” Shiroro native authorities space is in dire want of assist from the federal government in any respect ranges. It’s so unhappy that the folks have continued to reside on the mercy of the bandits.”

The state Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), ASP Abiodun Wasiu, when known as for affirmation, stated particulars of the event could be offered as quickly as they’re out there.

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Niger State: Armed bandits reportedly invade Shiroro, kidnap 50 villagers

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