Bomb Explosion Kills Several Persons In Kastina
According to report coming from Yammama Village in Kastina State the home State of President Buhari, severa people were currently in critical condition while other children affected were rushed to nearby General Hospital in Malumfashi with injuries as a result of bomb explosion that rock the village in the early hours of today.
More than six children have been reportedly killed, several others injured while a lot can not be accounted for as the time of this report.
Insecurity in Katsina State in recent months has been on the increase couple with other security challenges posed by kidnappers, bandits and rustlers.
The Shekau’s faction of Boko Haram, Jama’atu Ahlussunnah Lidda’awati Wal Jihad, in June released a new video and confirmed its link with the armed groups operating in the North-West. The group have been causing alot havoc without any major challenge from the security force in the Northern region.
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