Military officers in Zamfara State have recorded a huge victory against the armed bandits that are Killing and kidnapping of people in Bukkuyum Local Government Area, Zamfar State. The victory was recorded on Tuesday, 2 March 2021, the same day that the 279 Zamfara schoolgirls were released by their kidnappers.
These bandits are among those bandits that did not accept the Zamfara State Government's peace deal initiative.
According to the reports gathered, this incident occurred in Gwashi village, under Bukkuyum Local Government Area. The bandits were said to be attacking many villages in the area.
According to the reports gathered, the military officers ambushed the armed bandits and many bandits were killed during the attack. More than 30 motorbikes were sized from the bandits. Other things that were sized from the bandits include dozens of mobile phones, foodstuff and many sophisticated weapons such as guns, machetes, among others.
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