Southern Kaduna villagers have apprehended six suspended herdsmen along Zango-Mariri road, in Zango Kataf local government area.
It was gathered that the deadly militia group was arrested on their way home, after an operation in nearby Kurmin Masara where they unleashed terror in the village killing several people.
However a human rights activists and a core organizer of the peaceful protest in kaduna last week, Mr Svan Daniel, has taken social media to reveal the names of the suspended killer herdsmen.
According to Daniel, their names are;
1. Damuna Garba, 40 years old
2. Shanunu Ali, 34 years old
3. Ibrahim Umar, 30 years old
4. Ali Abubakar, 30 years old
5. Idi Alhaji Bawa, 25 years old
6. Umar Dikko, 37 years old
Several people have been killed in Southern Kaduna, even as the state and federal government put up strategic plans to put an end to such brutal killings of innocent lives and destruction of properties.
We hope the security chiefs continue to deploy good measures towards stopping this menace.
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