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Nine bandits killed in a feud over ransom money

According to reports, at least 9 bandits were killed in the battle for accumulated ransom. The incident took place on Wednesday when the groups clashed in Gak Village in the Jiwa Local Government District of Kaduna State.

Kaduna State Commissioner for Internal Security and Home Affairs Samuel Aruwan disclosed this in a statement on Friday, attributing his source of information to reliable human intelligence and security agencies.


At this time, the bandits once again attacked the macro in the Chikun local government area of ​​the state, causing one death and one injury.


According to eyewitnesses, the attack occurred around 1:30 pm on Friday.


Regarding the deadly conflict between rival bandit groups, the commissioner stated that the acting governor of the state, Dr. Hadiza Balarabe, was excited about the chaos in the bandit camp.


Arouwan said: "The Nemesis caught two bandits in the local government of Kiva. They killed nine compatriots in a cannibalistic shootout.

The reliable human intelligence network notified the Kaduna state government of this development, and the security agency further confirmed this.


"According to intelligence sources, a prominent bandit named'Gordon Mota' led his gang to invade the town of Gak last Wednesday and clashed with a hostile bandit organization, murdering nine people.


"The cause of the fratricidal conflict between brothers is unknown, but it is speculated that it was a quarrel over the distribution of the amassed ransom. During this period, one of the groups felt deceived.

"The Acting Governor, Dr. Hadiza Balarabe, took note of the report with gratitude and urged security agencies to come under pressure to arrest criminals throughout the region.


"Investigation and security patrols are ongoing."


In the attack on Friday, it is understood that the bandits invaded Ungwan Ayaba near Juji in Sabon Tasha area of ​​Chikun LGA, killing one person. The development of further gatherings forced members of the affected communities to flee the area to the neighboring community (Juji) in droves.


"The situation is terrible," a source told our reporter by phone in Kaduna on Friday.


He added: “Due to the continued attacks by bandits, more than 50 members of the affected communities came to our area in droves.”


At the time of submission of this report, the spokesperson of the Kaduna State Police Command could not be reached.

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