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Police Confirm Killing Of 17, Embark On Aerial Surveillance Of Flash-points

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- According to the Kaduna police, no fewer than 17 people have been killed by gunmen in Kajuru LGA

- The police said men were killed at about 7:30 am on Sunday, March 10, when the gunmen stormed their village

- Ahmad Abdurahman, state commissioner of police, however, stated that policemen have been deployed to the place where the incident took place

The killing of 17 people during two different attacks by armed bandits in Birnin Gwari local government area of the state has been confirmed by Kaduna state police.

Channels TV Ahmad Abdurahman, state commissioner of police, said he undertook aerial surveillance of Birnin Gwari and Kajuru local government areas to assess the security situation in the areas.

Abdurahman said the suspected armed bandits ambushed a group of vigilantes who were returning from Zamfara state from a function at Hayin Gada village along Dogon Dawa road in Birnin Gwari.

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He said the gunmen opened fire on them, and in the process killed 15 people. He also disclose that two additional corpses were recovered during extensive bush combing with a view to preventing further attacks.

He also said more policemen have been deployed to Kajuru local government following reports of a planned attack by gunmen in some communities in the local council.

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Legit.ng earlier reported that no less than 66 people in Kajuru LGA died in killings by gunmen on Friday, February 15, a day before the postponed presidential election.

Among the victims are 22 children and 12 women while four wounded persons were said to have been rescued by security agents who were alerted of the attacks.

Confirming the incident, Kaduna state governor, Nasir El-Rufai, in a statement signed by Samuel Aruwan, senior special assistant to the governor (media & publicity) expressed sadness at the development.

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After the incidence they will go and expressed sadness but they will never make plans for it not to happen.

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This act is so sad

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this is becoming too heavy burden

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This is so sad

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Killings everywhere

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That's lovely good to hear

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Killing Of People, Is Getting To Much

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What are you now waiting for

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This killing of a thing is becoming to much

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[ @awesome007: ] - According to the Kaduna police, no fewer than 17 people have been killed by gunmen in Kajuru LGA

- The police said men were killed at about 7:30 am on Sunday, March 10, when the gunmen stormed their village

- Ahmad Abdurahman, state commissioner of police, however, stated that policemen have been deployed to the place where the incident took place

The killing of 17 people during two different attacks by armed bandits in Birnin Gwari local government area of the state has been confirmed by Kaduna state police.

Channels TV Ahmad Abdurahman, state commissioner of police, said he undertook aerial surveillance of Birnin Gwari and Kajuru local government areas to assess the security situation in the areas.

Abdurahman said the suspected armed bandits ambushed a group of vigilantes who were returning from Zamfara state from a function at Hayin Gada village along Dogon Dawa road in Birnin Gwari.

READ ALSO: DSS reportedly recovers 350 PVCs in home of Gov Darius’ aide

He said the gunmen opened fire on them, and in the process killed 15 people. He also disclose that two additional corpses were recovered during extensive bush combing with a view to preventing further attacks.

He also said more policemen have been deployed to Kajuru local government following reports of a planned attack by gunmen in some communities in the local council.

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Legit.ng earlier reported that no less than 66 people in Kajuru LGA died in killings by gunmen on Friday, February 15, a day before the postponed presidential election.

Among the victims are 22 children and 12 women while four wounded persons were said to have been rescued by security agents who were alerted of the attacks.

Confirming the incident, Kaduna state governor, Nasir El-Rufai, in a statement signed by Samuel Aruwan, senior special assistant to the governor (media & publicity) expressed sadness at the development.

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Frustrated Nigerian man says 'nobody cares about you'| Legit TV:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=bv-oSXerFlg
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hmmmmm

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This is very bad

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It's well, please they can embark on the surveillance

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When will this killings cease?

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Anyways, it is their duty as one those government agency or arm to ensure the safety of lives and property. I wish them good luck as always.

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Abeg mk una do una work wella.

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police forces at work

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Police confirm.... that is nice

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