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From reliable sources it was said that the attack was carried out by heavily armed bandits who were on a mission to rescue their abducted notorious bandit leader known as 'Dangote'.
The Situation Report on the incident was obtained by PRNigeria on Sunday.
The report said they were “ambushed by armed bandits while on advance to notorious bandit leader’s camp known as Dangote at Shimfida in Jibia LGA”.
The bandits engaged the soldiers on foot while advancing down a hill.
It noted that troops involved were of the Special Army Super Camp (SASC) 4.
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Injured troops in the ordeal are receiving medical attention.
The explosion left five children dead and several others injured.
It's a bother to see people getting attack by armed men especially during this pandemic.
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