Eight Children Die In Katsina After A Grenade Explosion
By Willyfread | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 1 views
Resident of yammama village in malumfashi local government area where early on Saturday morning after an explosion on a farm land killed seven Children and injured five people. After investigation on Sunday I learnt that the children, were of the same father whose name is llya Adamu yammama.
The katsina state government recorded eight people death due to the explosion.
An eyewitness said that those Children were playing with an abandoned hand grenade on their way to farm in order to cut grass for their animals.
The woman who saw them dragging the explosive, advise them to drop it but they refused and she and her daughter turned from them and on their way going they was a loud bang" the woman said, they returned and met mangled of dead bodies of the children while others were injured.
Then it was later discovered that the children have removed the safety pin of the hand grenade.
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