1: Bandits Kill 15 and Raze Houses In Fresh Attacks On Kaduna Communities.
At least 15 persons have been killed in fresh attacks by bandits on two local government areas (LGAs) across Kaduna State.
Samuel Aruwan, the state Commissioner for Security and Internal Affairs, confirmed the killings in a statement on Wednesday.
According to the commissioner, dozens of the bandits were also neutralised in several locations.
The commissioner said many of the houses in the community were burnt down, along with storehouses and barns. About 20 cows were rustled and a number of poultry slaughtered and carted away, he added.
Also, Barinje village in Chikun LGA was attacked, with eight persons killed listed as: Sunday Gwamna, Lawal Jizo, Salha Barau, Sabo Barau, Umaru Barau, Muhammadu Dan Azumi, Zailani Dogara and Jikan Gambo.
“Some residents were abducted, and cattle rustled during the attack. An unspecified number of injured victims are receiving treatment in hospital,” he said.
2: Kidnappers kill victim after Paying N5m ransom.
Five suspected criminals who murdered the person they kidnapped after collecting N5 million ransom, have been arrested by the police in Kaduna.
ASP Mohammad Jalige, police public relations officer of Kaduna command, said on Wednesday that on 30th December, 2020 the Kaduna Police Command was in receipt of a complaint through DPO Panbeguwa from one Abdullahi Salihu ‘M’ a resident of Panbeguwa village, alleging that on the 9th December, 2020 his elder brother, Alhaji Ahmadu ‘M’ of the same address travelled to Delta state and since then never returned.
Jalige explained that all efforts to reach Ahmadu through his GSM number proved abortive.
3: FG to commence trial of 5000 suspected Boko Haram in detention facilities.
The federal government will soon commence the arraignment of 5,000 suspected Boko Haram insurgents held across various detention facilities in the country.
Aliyu Abubakar, director-general of Legal Aid Council, said this on Tuesday during a visit to Babagana Zulum, governor of Borno state.
Abubakar said the inmates were detained at Giwa Barracks, Maiduguri and Kainji correctional facilities, among others, over their alleged involvement in the insurgency.
He said the trial would be conducted by the office of the attorney-general of the federation (AGF), office of the national security adviser (NSA) in collaboration with the theatre command of operation Lafiya Dole.
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