JUST IN: 5 siblings and one other person left dead as bomb explodes on farmland in Katsina
By Akinsports | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 5 views
The Northern part of the Nigeria has been suffering from the hands of Book Haram for more than 15 years, but in recent times ,with the efforts of the Government, their menance has reduced drastically. states like Bornu, Katsina and Kaduna have suffered dearly from their hands
However a new threat of Kidnapping and bandits have been rampant in Katsina. So it was a big shock to the people of Yardagi village in Zango Local Government area I Katsina as a bomb exploded in a farmland in the state.
According to The Nation, six people have been confirmed dead. And six people have been injured severely.
The injured have been taken to the General Hospital Malumfashi to get medical attention.
The report coming in is that out of the six of the people killed, five of them are siblings, they are from the same family.
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