Family In Tears as they Buried their 6 Children who died after bomb Explosion In Kataina (Photos)
This is painful exit as six children died today as a result of bomb explosion in Katsina. The incident occurred in the morning today around 11:AM at Yammawa Village which is few kilometers from Malunfashi Local Government area of Katsina state.
The children were 11 in number as they went to the bush to get food for their animals at the farm where the bomb planted, then in the process they stepped on the device which exploded and led six of them to death while leaving other in critical condition.
The six of them were reportedly died immediately at the spot after the explosion.
The other children who were injured rushed to the General hospital Malunfashi bathling with their life. But they are taking treatment.
The remains body of the 6 were laid to rest today by their family and relatives according to Islam rites.
All these is happening as a result of insecurity especially in Northern part of Nigeria. Katsina had experienced security challenges by kidnappers, cattle rustler and bandits.
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