Monday(20/7/2020): Herdsmen Militias attacked Kukum Daji Community in Kaura LGA of Kaduna state, Southern Kaduna Nigeria. 15 people confirmed dead as at the time of filing this report while many injured.
The security challenges in southern part of Kaduna State is far from over as militias and unknown gunmen continue to surface in several communities and villages in the region.
Following an early report by War Desk, "In the Early Hours of Today 20.07.2020, Herdsmen Militias attacked Kukum Daji Community in Kaura LGA of Kaduna state, Southern Kaduna Nigeria. 15 people confirmed dead as at the time of filing this report while many injured.
This unfortunate events that is said to have become a daily occurrence have shifted to Kagoro in Kaura LGA from other areas that have been dealt with severely. Check the trend, from Kajuru to Kauru, to Jema'a, to Zangon Kataf and now to Kaura.
The question as to Where would be the next attack is what is on the lips of the people of southern Kaduna region.
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