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Zamfara Abuction: After Bandits Kidnaped About 300 Female Students, Read What They Did Again.

According to earlier reports from Daily Post who revealed that an incident has happened in Zamfara State that suspected armed bandits have invaded Government Secondary School, Jangebe in the state whereby they kidnaped about 300 female students.

It was reports also claimed, Alhaji who Abubakar Dauran who served as the Commissioner of Security and Home Affairs confirmed this incident to in Gusau on Friday.

While talking to them, he makes it known that the abuction to place around 2 a.m ad he said he is on his way to the school that he can not say how many students that were Kidnapped presently.

The staffs of the schools also spoke with the NAN who added that when the gunmen invaded the school, they shot sporadically to the air in other to scare the people around before going in to the school to operate.

"After taking away most of the students, we rounded up those that escaped or hid from the bandits and conducted a census where we counted 54 students and we are still searching to see if we can get more".

According to the latest report from SaharaReporters who make it known that an incident have happened in Sabuwar Tunga village, Dankurmi district in Maru Local Government Area of Zamfara State whereby at atleast 35 persons have been reportedly killed by gunmen suspected to be bandits.

While gathering the news, it was made known that the Gunmen attacked the communitybwith motorbikes and unleashed terror on the defenceless residents.

The source claimed that the resident of the town confirmed that that attacked on Thursday night whereby they carted away livestock and escaped to the forest.

After the Incident, the source said that they have recovered 35 bodies after the attack and many more residents have not been accounted for.

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