The Kaduna State Government has confirmed the killings of two men by kidnappers after a failed attempt to kidnap them
This was disclosed on Thursday in a statement by the Commissioner, Ministry of Internal Security and Home Affairs, Kaduna State, Mr. Samuel Aruwan.
“The Kaduna State Government received reports of a double homicide following an attempted kidnap at Chikaji village, Igabi local government area.
“Armed bandits invaded the residence of one Alhaji Yunusa Gambo, a farmer in the village, and attempted to kidnap him, along with one Mallam Surajo. The duo attempted to flee but was shot by the armed bandits.”
The statement further explained that “Governor Nasir El-Rufai has commiserated with the families of the deceased and prayed for the repose of their souls.
“Security agencies are investigating the incident and sustaining patrols in the area.
“In another development, troops under the auspices of Operation Safe Haven have averted what would have been a bloody clash between some herders and farmers in Jema’a local government area.
“The incident took place at Ungwan Marwa and Marmara communities in the local government area when cattle under the care of one Bayerajo Sule destroyed farms belong to three farmers listed as:
“The following individuals from both herders’ and farmers’ sides, instead of appealing for calm, are alleged to have incited the respective parties for a clash: Alhaji Abdullahi Idi Gamji, Alhaji Apollos Auta, Matthew Moses.
“They have been arrested for further interrogation.
“The Governor thanked the troops for their prompt action in averting the violence, and appealed to citizens to maintain recourse to the law.” The statement further said
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