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Today's Headlines: Angry Youths Storm Police Station, Burn Kidnapppers; Bandits Kill Children In Sokoto

Some bandits who allegedly kidnapped and killed two people in the Isoko community in Delta State have been apprehended and subsequently burnt alive by aggrieved youths in the locality.

Source: Sahara Reporters

However, angry residents of the community stormed the police station, lynched the suspects, and burnt their bodies.

Similarly, an angry mob on Saturday attacked the divisional police headquarters in the Tangaza Local Government Area of Sokoto State, killing 13 suspected bandits whose corpses were burnt to ashes.

Tension As Gunmen Attack Again

In retaliation to the death of some of their members who were gunned down by some vigilantes, some suspected armed bandits in a reprisal attack, reportedly stormed Saminaka, a village located along Bale-Tangaza road on Sunday evening killing six people.

Source: Punch Newspaper

According to a reliable source, those killed in the attacks included children who were slaughtered as well as housewives who were shot while trying to run away.

The source said, “I am with the corpses as I am talking to you now, they slaughtered the children like goats while the women were shot as they tried to escape from the bandits. The local vigilante people are on their trail in the bush and we pray they will be captured and dealt with accordingly.”

Eight Reported Death As Gunmen Open Fire

A gunman opened fire on a Russian university campus on Monday killing at least eight people, investigators said, in the country’s second mass shooting this year to target students.

Source: Punch Newspaper

Videos circulating on social media showed people throwing belongings from windows of university buildings in the central city of Perm before jumping to flee the shooter.

The Investigative Committee, which probes major crimes, said several people were injured in the attack at Perm State National Research University and that the suspect, a student at the university, had been wounded while being detained.

Nigeria must unite to tackle political, security crisis – Lawan

President of the Senate, Ahmad Lawan, has called on Nigerian political leaders to come together in a bid to tackle the challenges facing the country.

Source: Punch Newspaper

He said no part of the country could on its own solve a problem that had engulfed all parts of the country.

This is contained in a statement titled, ‘Lawan urges political leaders to unite against nation’s challenges’, issued by his media aide, Ola Awoniyi, on Sunday.

Zakzaky meets families, survivors of Zaria 2015 alleged killings in Abuja

The leader of the Islamic Movement, in Nigeria (IMN) Sheikh Ibraheem El Zakzaky, on Sunday evening, in Abuja met with some families of those allegedly killed by the military in Zaria, Kaduna State in December 2015.

Source: Tribune Nigeria

He explored the opportunity during the meeting with his guests to condole with them over the losses of their loved ones, just as urged them to always remember the persecution and hardships meted out to Imam Hussein (AS) when the dreaded army of Yazid besieged and massacre them.

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Angry Burn Kidnapppers Sahara Sokoto Tangaza

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