Some bandits in separate attacks reportedly kill six persons in igabi and kauru local government areas of Kaduna state.
The state commissioner for internal security and home affairs, Mr Samuel Aruwan confirmed the attacks on Tuesday.
According to the commissioner" in igabi local government area, armed bandits barricaded the birnin yaro-tami road and killed one Hussaini Suleiman Dari, and injured one person identified as Dahiru Saudi, who is now receiving treatment in a hospital.
The gunmen in another attack invaded gwada village, also in igabi local government area and killed two persons known as Yahuza Sale and Garba Sule.
Similarly, the hoodlums attacked ugwan Kure and left two people dead, while in amawan dadin rugan jauru settlements in jauru local government area, one resident identified as Likita was shot dead.
The state governor, Nasir El Rufai expressed his sadness on the repeated attack on the citizens by the bandits, and sent his condolences to the families of those killed, and prayed for the repose of their souls. He also wished those injured a quick recovery.
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