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Fulani Community Reportedly Abandon Area Where 66 Were Allegedly Killed In Kaduna

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- Some Fulani people have reportedly fled from their homes in Kajuru following an attack

- 66 people were reportedly killed by some gunmen

- The army confirmed the attack and said seven suspects have been arrested

The Fulani community in parts of Kajuru Local Government Area, Kaduna State, have abandoned the area after an attack on Feb. 11, which left 66 of them, mostly women and children dead.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that what remained of the Rugar Fulani community were burnt houses, animals, motorcycles, kitchen utensils, as well as were bodies of women and children buried in a ditch.


Gov. Nasiru El-Rufa’i, accompanied by General Officer Commanding 1 Division Nigerian Army, the Police Commissioner and journalists who visited the villages on Saturday, found the entire area deserted with no humans in sight.

Speaking on the attack, the GOC, Major- Gen Faruk Yahaya said troops deployed to the area after the attack, assisted by some villagers, discovered 37 bodies of women and children buried in a ditch and the settlements burnt.

“We were informed that the women were lured by the miscreants to the stream, and on getting there, they were slaughtered.

“The figure of deaths recorded by us is 66, but in collaboration with sister agencies, we will ensure peace is restored and people return to their settlements”.

On his part, the Commissioner of Police, Ahmad AbdurRahman explained that though the police had Fulani community reportedly abandon are where 66 were allegedly killed in Kaduna

Fulani reportedly flee after alleged killing of 66

Army confirms arrest of 7 suspects over alleged killing of 66 Fulani

The Fulani community in parts of Kajuru Local Government Area, Kaduna State, have abandoned the area after an attack on Feb. 11, which left 66 of them, mostly women and children dead.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that what remained of the Rugar Fulani community were burnt houses, animals, motorcycles, kitchen utensils, as well as were bodies of women and children buried in a ditch.

Gov. Nasiru El-Rufa’i, accompanied by General Officer Commanding 1 Division Nigerian Army, the Police Commissioner and journalists who visited the villages on Saturday, found the entire area deserted with no humans in sight.

Speaking on the attack, the GOC, Major- Gen Faruk Yahaya said troops deployed to the area after the attack, assisted by some villagers, discovered 37 bodies of women and children buried in a ditch and the settlements burnt.

“We were informed that the women were lured by the miscreants to the stream, and on getting there, they were slaughtered.

“The figure of deaths recorded by us is 66, but in collaboration with sister agencies, we will ensure peace is restored and people return to their settlements”.

On his part, the Commissioner of Police, Ahmad AbdurRahman explained that though the police had mopped up the area, the residents still fled their settlements in fear of more attack.

He confirmed the arrest of seven suspects in connection with the attack, adding that they would be charged to court on Monday.

The police chief said investigation was continuing, adding that it was largely to identify the miscreants and isolate them from the good people within the communities so as to restore lasting peace.

Also speaking, the governor lamented over the politicisation of the situation by being in denial of the real issues at stake.

“Some leaders are living in denial. They are saying only 11 were killed and the security have said 66 were killed while the community said over a hundred were killed and missing”, El-Rufa’i noted.

He advised the people to be vigilant, as those politicizing the issue have disregarded those that died simply because they were not from their tribes.

“All lives are sacred and equal, hence we must collectively bring an end to this menace,” he said.

mopped up the area, the residents still fled their settlements in fear of more attack.

He confirmed the arrest of seven suspects in connection with the attack, adding that they would be charged to court on Monday.

The police chief said investigation was continuing, adding that it was largely to identify the miscreants and isolate them from the good people within the communities so as to restore lasting peace.

Also speaking, the governor lamented over the politicisation of the situation by being in denial of the real issues at stake.

“Some leaders are living in denial. They are saying only 11 were killed and the security have said 66 were killed while the community said over a hundred were killed and missing”, El-Rufa’i noted.

He advised the people to be vigilant, as those politicizing the issue have disregarded those that died simply because they were not from their tribes.


Legit.ng had reported that Governor Nasir El-Rufai visited communities in Kajuru Local Government of Kaduna state where 66 people were allegedly killed.

The governor visited the communities on Saturday, February 16 alongside some of his aides.

“All lives are sacred and equal, hence we must collectively bring an end to this menace,” he said.


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They want to be alive

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Why are they running away, am sure that most of them dere are responsible for someone's death too. They don't want to die

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There is need for government to take positive action without delay

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On his part, the Commissioner of Police, Ahmad AbdurRahman explained that though the police had Fulani community reportedly abandon are where 66 were allegedly killed in Kaduna

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Why are they running away,

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thats really bod

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This is so serious

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