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.
The masses have continued to endure the torment from bandits and other forms of criminal acts in the nation, and this has probably led some to resolve into measures that seem inappropriate. Photo Credit: The Guardian Nigeria Over the past years, Nigeria has seen an increasing rate of killings, and a recent one which took place in the Tangaza community of Sokoto State saw two people being killed by bandits after they were abducted.
According to a report from Daily Trust, an enraged mob stormed the Divisional Police Headquarters in Tangaza Local Government Area of Sokoto State on Saturday, killing 13 suspected bandits whose bodies were burned to ashes. The bandits were said to be among those who stormed the area around 8 p.m. on Friday and killed two people, one of whom was a shop owner.
Bandits Invade Another Northern Settlement Armed bandits have reportedly attacked Tangaza town in Tangaza local government killing two and abduct another four children in the process. Photo Credit: Nigerian Tribune They also injured three more people, who are currently being treated in the hospital, while food, drinks, and other items were allegedly carted away in the process.
Insecurity in Nigeria has increased due to the ravaging activities of bandits and Boko Haram. The Nigerian army has however been fighting these insurgents and several successes have been reported. One major suggestion that has been generating negative reactions from Nigerians is the idea to grant amnesty to bandits.
The killing of 13 arrested Bandits in Tangaza Local Government Area of Sokoto state yesterday is one of the few unimaginable incidents that has ever happened in Nigeria. As reported by Sahara Reporters, on the 18th of September, there was a report of how suspected bandits stormed Tangaza LGA and killed two persons, in which one of them was a shop owner in the Local government.
Here's What To Expect As Angry Sokoto Residents Go After Bandits And Kill Six Of Them In Retaliation
Image credit: premiumtimesng.com There is an adage that says even a goat bites when it is pushed to the wall. That must have been the situation of the people of Tangaza community of Sokoto state, that even the Divisional Police Officer could not abate their displeasure. It was reported by the Nigerian Tribune that the people of the community got an eye for an eye yesterday by lynching six bandits and subsequently burning them to ashes.
Hunters from Saminaka village in the Tangaza Local Government Area of Sokoto State have been scouring the forests in the area for bandits who attacked their home on Sunday, September 19, 2021, murdering six people. According to a report by Daily Trust, most of the males in Saminaka who are hunters were out hunting when the bandits attacked in the early hours of Sunday.
In the light of the current insecurity challenges like the issue of banditry and kidnapping which has cost the lives of many people in the nation, it seems quite normal for people to feel pain and anger as their lives are under constant threat by these criminals. Photo Credit: Daily Advent Nigeria (Picture Used For Illustrative Purpose)
Bandits on Friday evening stormed Tangaza local government area of Sokoto State to steal food, drinks and, in the process, they killed one person while an unspecified number of people were also kidnapped. According to reports, the bandits during their attack killed one of the traders in the community, kidnapped many people, and in the process carted away foodstuffs and drinks.
The Police Command in Sokoto State on Saturday confirmed the killing of one person and the abduction of several others, as a result of an attack by some unknown gunmen in Tangaza Local Government Area of the state. Source: Daily Nigeria The Spokesperson of the command, ASP Sunusi Abubakar, who confirmed the attack to the News Agency of Nigeria in Sokoto, said the attack occurred on Friday evening.
Six suspected bandits were on Saturday, September 18, set ablaze by angry residents of Tanagaza, in Tangaza Local Government Area, Sokoto state. The villagers stormed the police station and dragged the bandits out to the village square, where they were lynched and set ablaze.
Angry Residents Attack Police Station In Sokoto Photo Credit: Sahara Reporters An angry mob on Saturday attacked the divisional police headquarters in the Tangaza Local Government Area of Sokoto State and killed 13 suspected bandits whose corpses were burnt to ashes. The bandits were said to be among those who invaded the area around 8pm on Friday, killing two persons, including a shop owner
Several people have been reportedly abducted and one person killed, following an attack by unknown gunmen in Tangaza Local Government Area of Sokoto State. Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) Sanusi Abubakar,who is the Police Public Relation Officer, PPRO, for Sokoto State Police Command, confirmed the attack to newsmen on Saturday, September 18,2021, saying the incident happened on Friday evening.
Following the kidnap of two residents in Tangaza community of Sokoto State by bandits, the residents have mobilized themselves, and have arrested a total of six of the bandits. Members of the vigilante group in the community, armed with destructive weapons, and in collaboration with the police, arrested four of the suspected kidnappers who were subsequently driven to the police station.
The rising spate of attacks by bandits continues to heighten every day as their numbers keep increasing day by day. Their mindless attacks and terror unleashed on people are becoming worrisome. Banditry has become a flood sweeping away the Northern parts of Nigeria. People are living in fear.
Six suspected bandits were reportedly seized from a police station by angry villagers in Tangaza town, Tangaza Local Government Area of Sokoto State. They were eventually lynched on Saturday morning for killing two abducted persons in the community. Members of the local vigilante alongside the police had stormed the forest where they killed two bandits and arrested four who were later taken to a police station.
Tangaza town in Tangaza local government area of Sokoto State has been attacked by suspected rifling bandits leading to the cessation of two souls and four others taken away. Three people were also injured and are currently receiving treatment in the hospital while foodstuffs, drinks among others were reportedly carried away in the process.
The government of Sokoto State, North-west Nigeria, on Tuesday, confirmed that 23 persons have died of cholera outbreak in the state. The state’s commissioner for health, who briefed journalists, noted that the infection has spread to 13 of the state’s twenty three local government areas, which includes, Dange Shuni, Kebbe, Illela, Gwadabawa, Tangaza, Isa, Bodinga, Wamakko, Wurno, Silame, Sabon Birni, Rabah and Yabo, a total of 265 people have been identified to have been infected with it.
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