Zamfara Police Warns Bandits To Surrender Or face "Fire"
According to Daily Post, the Zamfara State Police has issued a warning to bandits to surrender or face 'fire'.
The Commissioner has sent serious warning to bandits operating in the state. As he revealed that the Zamfara State police is coming all out in its fight against banditry in the state.
Troops Rescue 7 Travellers In Jos
Recall that some travellers were attacked by Bandits along Rukuba Road Community in Jos, which led to 22 persons dead while several others were injured.
Photo Credit: Punch
The Nigerian soldiers has rescued seven more travellers. Recall that the Punch has reported that the Nigerian Army had rescued twelve travellers.
Bandits Attack Sokoto Villages
According to the Cable, villages of Bejingo, Dantudu and Tulutu in Birjin have been reportedly attacked by bandits.
It was gathered the bandits attacked the community and carted away their cattle belongings to villagers, killing eight in the process.
The corpses of the deacesd have been buried according to the Islamic rites.
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