Terrorism

Terrorists Abduct 14 In Kaduna Village 

Muhammed Abubakar, Reporting

No fewer thank 14 persons were, in the early hours of Saturday, abducted by terrorists after invading Iri Station, in Kajuru Local Government Area of Kaduna State.

The Supervisory Councillor Administration, Finance and Health of the local government, Bala Jonathan, gave the names of the abductees as Abdullahi, Yakubu Isah, Samson Julius, Angelina Julius, Pasema Daniel, Junior

Others were Bobo Julius, Saratu Mohammed, Asenath Sunday, Confidence Jerry, Barnaki Sunday, Moses Kenneth, Danladi Goma and Ummi Jibrin.

“These are the names of abducted persons in Iri Station which we have discovered for now.

“The sad event happened in the early hours of today, June 4, 2022,” he lamented.

He said some of the earlier kidnapped victims were still with the bandits because their loved ones and communities have not been able to raise the ransom demanded by their abductors.

He noted that the issue of kidnap cases in and around the Idon ward of Kajuru was becoming a recurring event that has led to the impoverishment of the people of the affected communities.

“Many have to do away with their life savings and farm produce to pay ransom to redeem their loved ones from ‘unknown’ gunmen who victimised them at will,” he said.

Speaking in the same vein, a local, who gave his name as Moses Isah, revealed that the bandits have been launching deadly coordinated attacks on the harmless communities from the same location around Ungwan Makeri of Mokoro Zankariya, Idon ward area of Kajuru.

It was gathered that this year alone, hundreds of locals have been kidnapped at Ungwan Makeri, Idon town, Idon Hanyi, Agunu Dutse (not far from ACADA barracks in Kachia), Sabon Gari Kufana in Kajuru among others in the neighbouring Kajuru and Kachia local government areas.

No reaction from the security agencies yet.

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