How Bomb Killed my Four children in Katsina Attack
By netweeyzard | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 0 views
The father of some of the children who died in a suspected bomb blast in Katsina State has expressed his shock over the incident.
The children's father Alhaji Adamu, said the children had been sent to get grass for the animals in the bush but only to hear the bad news of their deaths.
Alhaji Adamu further explained that "What happened was that I was called and told about their corpses .. but from home we left because they had gone to make some grass for the animals in the bush. So sad He added that only his eldest son would feed their family in the house but the children are the one responsible for feeding the animals, but his four children got killed in Katsina Bomb blast. He added that his wife was more resilient than the deaths of their children, saying "I had to come and cry, but she did not cry. She submitted her case to God."
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