The growing rate of Insecurity in Kaduna has gradually become a major source of concern for everyone. Despite the prompt intervention of the Nigerian Military in the region, unknown gunmen have continued with their attacks."Photo used for illustrative purpose"
According to recent reports gathered, at least thirty persons have been reported dead after gunmen suspected to be fulani herdsmen invaded Madamai and Abun Communities in the Malagun district of Kaura local government area of Kaduna state. The attack which occured on Sunday night also left several people injured.
Reports has it that not less than 15 houses were razed to the ground by the suspected fulani herdsmen. This particular attack is regrettable and should not be overlooked. Kaduna state has experienced a lot of peace for some time now due to the constant bombardment of bandits by operatives of the Nigerian Military. However, judging by the recent incident, every Nigerian should be concerned.
One of the major issues that led to crisis in the region was repeated attacks by fulani herdsmen. And now that they're back, a lot of lives may follow. The Kaduna state government and every other relevant authorities in the state should work together and ensure their activities is put on hold.
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