Bandits brutally shoot, kill 2 in Southern Kaduna

Bandits brutally shoot, kill 2 in Southern Kaduna

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By Achadu Gabriel, Kaduna

Wanton shooting and killings of two innocent people like animals have again been reported in Angwanpa, in Ikulu Chiefdom in parts of Southern Kaduna.

The most recent heinous and barbaric killing in this area by the terrorists involved two young men riding on motorcycle from Ungwan Koska area close to Boto Ikulu.

The rider, an Igbo man, according to the local sources, was shot in the stomach and his intestines gushed out. His partner passenger, an Ikulu man, who escaped into the bush, was however pursued and captured.

Upon captured, an AK 47 was pushed into his mouth, and the assailant who pulled the trigger and blew up his head instantly, the local stated.

“My cousin at home, Angwanpa, in Ikulu Chiefdom, Kaduna State, Nebuta Bauna, who was killed by Fulani herdsmen, has been buried. But between the period of his death and burial more people in the area have been killed.

“The Most heinous and barbaric killing in this area by the Fulani happened a few months ago, two Young men riding on motorcycle from Ungwan Koska near Boto Ikulu, the rider an Ibo was shot in the stomach and his intestines gushed out by the force of the shot, his partner, an Ikulu, escaped into the bush, but he was pursued and captured, and an AK 47 was pushed into his mouth, the assailant pulled the trigger and blew up his head”, the lical stated.

“According to them, “The deaths so far were young energetic men going about looking for their daily bread, non had premonitions that dead was so near.
“My people and the people of Southern Kaduna and the Middle Belt cannot come to terms with this wanton destruction of lives.

“We cannot forget and it will never become the past. Unfortunately, the leaders who have sworn to protect the people are politicians with all the characteristics of popular APC Politicians, divisiveness, bad breeding and vulgar manners”, stated.
Contacted, the Kaduna Police Command spokesman Mohammed Jalige could not respond until time of filing the report.

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