Bandits Killed Several Soldiers In Katsina
The report coming from Kastina the home State of President Buhari indicate that Notorious Armed bandits ambushed and killed several Nigeria soldiers who were on advance mission to notorious bandit leader’s camp known as Dangote at Shimfida.
More than 20 Nigeria soldiers have loss their lives in the ambush by armed bandits in Katsina State.
The Nigeria troupe known as Operation Sahel Sanity were killed in Jibia, Jibia Local Government Area of the state, while on advance to notorious bandit leader’s camp known as Dangote at Shimfida. It was reported that the Troops were advancing on foot from the hill when they were engaged in a gun battle by the armed bandits leading to the death of several Nigeria soldiers.
Kastina State has been experiencing series of attacks from Boko Haram, Armed bandits, and cattle rustlers with more than 2000 deaths this year alone to these daredevil men ravaging the entire Northern region of Nigeria.
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