Tension As Bandits Strike Again
The new dimension upon which Insecurity challenges take in Nigeria is so surprising and at the same grudgingly hypertensive. We could not deny the fact that Federal Goverment provided wherewithal armories which Army could use to annihilate Boko Haram terrorists, Bandits and Kidnappers in a few days but things keep on getting worsening everyday.
According to the unfortunate news reaching the desk of Life760, Some yet to be identified bandits attack where they abducted 18 passengers while coming into Oyo State Abeokuta, the capital of Ogun state.
Sahara reporters gathered that the travelers were stopped by the gunmen while driving into the State.
Recall that some students were also abducted in the same axis some few days earlier which is why the road now has became dangerous for passersby.
Problem As Military Camp Shut Down by Bandits
Based on crystal evidence, bandits are not only attacking unarmed civilians but also security personnels for we have been getting a news where gunmen attack many security operatives in Nigeria.
According to Daily Trust, a military camp in Niger State was shut down by bandits and they unfortunately abducted 15 people in a fresh attack.
Based on the report, the bandis suffered from a heavy casualties and luckily, no soldier was wounded in the attack except there is one who went missing.
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