About six (6) suspected herdsmen were allegedly apprehended by some Southern Kaduna villagers along Zango-Mariri road, in Zango Kataf Local Government Area of Kaduna State.
According to various reports making the rounds, the Militias were caught after returning from an operation in Kurmin Masara were they allegedly partook in the massacre of the indigenes.
A Kaduna based human rights activist and one of the organizers of the last weekend’s protest in Kaduna, Svan Daniel, shared this information and provided the names of the suspects.
He gave their names as;
1. Damuna Garba, 40.
2. Shanunu Ali, 34.
3. Ibrahim Umar, 30.
4. Ali Abubakar, 30.
5. Idi Alhaji Bawa, 25.
6. Umar Dikko, 37.
“[Our] Southern Kaduna natives are kindhearted and have refused to give these suspected killers what they unleashed on innocent citizens. “However, they were handed over to the authorities. We hope they will do the needful,” Daniel concluded.
Also, a twitter influencer confirmed development as he announced it on his Twitter page.
Meanwhile, Many Nigerians wished jungle justice was unleashed on them, and some further questioned the rationale behind handing them over to the police, as they feared they will be released.
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