Gunmen have opened fire on traditional rulers during a meeting at Njaba local government area in Imo State. Source: Channel Television Details of the attack remain sketchy but at least five traditional rulers are believed to have died during the attack with several others wounded. Nigerian troops kill over 50 terrorists in Birnin Gwari
Insecurity has been a trending issue in Nigeria and the federal government has been doing its best to resolve it. However, the Kaduna State Commissioner for Internal Security and Home Affairs, Samuel Aruwan, on Wednesday, said 343 people were killed, while 830 people were kidnapped between July and September 2021, in the state.
The recent report about the killings in Kaduna state under three months has raised so much tension among Nigerians to the extent that so many people have started reacting towards it. Recently, The Kaduna State Commissioner for Internal Security and Home Affairs, Samuel Aruwan, on Wednesday, said 343 people were killed, while 830 people were kidnapped between July and September 2021, in the state.
One of the problems which our country (Nigeria) is facing presently is the problem of insecurity. Although our government in the country is trying to put an to the problems of insecurity in the country. While our security operatives are also making efforts to make sure that the issues of killings in the country are eradicated.
10 Bandits Neutralized: To Allow Govt. Function Effectively Against Bandits, Petty Whining Must Stop
Bandits, terrorists, ESN and other criminals that are disturbing the peace of Nigeria are looking for a way to waste the decades of progress that has been achieved by Nigeria over the years. They want to make use of such a critical time in our nation's history and selfishly devouring the hopes and aspirations of future generations to satisfy their hatred.
The governor of Kaduna State, Malam Nasiru El-Rufai has publicly asked the Federal Government to recruit 774,000 youths from the 774 local government areas in the country to help fight banditry. He made this statement after receiving the third quarter security report from the Commissioner of Internal Security and Home Affairs, Mr. Samuel Aruwan, in Kaduna on Wednesday.
Kaduna State governor, Malam Nasir El-Rufai, has urged the Federal Government to proscribe armed bandits in the country to enable the Nigerian military to engage and annihilate them. He asked the Federal Government to declare bandits operating in the North-West zone of the country as a terrorist organization.
Unknown gunmen attacked and killed two persons in Ungwan Taila village, Zangon Kataf Local Government Area of Kaduna State, Troops of Operation Safe Haven have reported. Photo Credit: Goggle ( Unknown gunmen). The Commissioner for Internal Security and Home Affairs, Mr Samuel Aruwan explained in a statement issued on Sunday that the troops arrived in the village to discover that the assailants had killed two residents.
Governor Nasir El-Rufai has referred to a consensus among the federal authorities and the 36 states governments to recruit 774,000 youths into the security businesses. The governor also backed the call for the federal government to declare bandits as terrorists, including that recruiting 1,000 youths from every one of the 774 local authorities regions of the USA into the security forces will help scale back violent assaults within the country.
The Kaduna State Governor, Malam Nasir El-Rufai has asked Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN) to outrightly declare bandits that are threatening the peace of the Northwest region of the country as terriorists. According to Channels Tv, Governor El-Rufai made this call on Wednesday after receiving the third quarter security report from the Commissioner of Internal Security and home Affairs, Mr Samuel Aruwan, at Government House in Kaduna.
Security personnel killed nearly 50 bandits in a combined ground and air assault in Saulawa-Farin Ruwa, in the Birnin Gwari Local Government Area of Kaduna State, according to the Kaduna State Government. Samuel Aruwan, the state's Commissioner of Internal Security and Home Affairs, made the announcement on Tuesday.
"Declare Bandits As Terrorist. They Don't Deserve Mercy. They Shouldn't Live" -Gov El-Rufai Tells FG
6The executive governor of Kaduna State Gov Nasir El-Rufai, has called on the Federal Government to declare bandits as terrorists or insurgents to enable the Nigerian military deal with them accordingly. The governor who spoke at the Sir Kashim Ibrahim House, Kaduna yesterday haven't received the security report for third quarter from the commissioner of Internal Security and Home Affairs, Mr Samuel Aruwan, said declaring bandits in the Northwest region of the country as terrorists or insurgents would enable the Nigerian military to kill them (the bandits) without fear of consequences in the international law.
It was recently reported that security have killed about 10 bandits in kwanan bataru on the outskirts of Fatika in the giwa local government area of kaduna state in Nigeria. Some of the bandits were caught and some who engaged the operatives in a gun duel were reported to have sustained injuries and abandon their motorcycles and some of their properties and escaped into the forest.
Not less than 50 bandits have reportedly been killed, by Nigerian soldiers. The record was set in a combined ground and air bombardment, against bandits, in the Saulawa-Farin Ruwa area, of Birnin Gwari Local Government Area, Kaduna state. The information was disclosed in a statement released on Tuesday, October 19, by the State Commissioner for Internal Security and Home Affairs, Samuel Aruwan.
The Nigerian Army in a joint attack with the Nigerian Air Force have recorded a huge success in its fight against banditry and insurgency in Kaduna State following the neutralization of more than fifty bandits in Birnin Gwari area of the State. This was confirmed by the commissioner of internal security and home affairs of the State, Samuel Aruwan.
The Commissioner, Ministry of Internal Security and Home Affairs, Kaduna State, Mr. Samuel Aruwan, has disclosed how over 50 bandits were killed in Birnin Gwari, through the combined efforts of Nigerian ground troops and air raids. According to him, following extensive scans, bandits were spotted on five motorcycles, about 4km east of Saulawa, waiting to ambush the ground troops, but they were engaged vigorously by the Nigerian Air Force helicopter gunship, and were wiped out.
The Kaduna State Commissioner for Internal Security and Home Affairs, Samuel Aruwan, on Wednesday, said 343 individuals were killed, while 830 individuals were kidnapped between July and September 2021, in the state. Addressing during the presentation of the third quarterly security report of the Kaduna State Government at the Kashim Ibrahim Government House, Aruwan said inside the period under survey, 193 deaths were recorded in the Southern Kaduna senatorial region.
The Kaduna State Government says over 50 armed bandits were killed in a combined ground and air assault by security forces in Birnin Gwari Local Government Area of the state. Photo Credit: Premium Times. The state’s commissioner for Internal Security and Home Affairs, Samuel Aruwan, disclosed this in a statement on Wednesday.
It was believed that no fewer than 50 bandits were killed after the Nigerian troops launched a fresh attack on an insurgent group around Saulawa-Farin Ruwa axis of Birnin Gwari local government area. The operation was carried out by both ground and air force on Tuesday. In a statement released by kaduna state commissioner for home and internal affairs, Samuel Aruwan, the ground troops were supported by the air force through an Air Force helicopter gunship.
The Kaduna State Government has confirmed the death of 343 people as a result of banditry and other acts of violence in the past three months. In a report released on Wednesday, Kaduna Commissioner for Security and Home Affairs Samuel Aruwan said 830 people had been abducted by gunmen in recent months.