Fulani terrorists (Gumi boys) kill one, injure three in Katsina

July 26, 2021.

Gunmen suspected to be bandits late Sunday night invaded Kukar Babangida community, Jibia Local Government Area of Katsina State, killing one person and injuring three others.
Residents said the gunmen arrived at the community around 11pm and started raiding houses.
The four victims were said to have been attacked following their refusal to surrender their belongings to the gunmen.
It was further learnt that the gunmen rustled no fewer than 300 domestic animals of various species, motorcycles and other personal belongings including money.
One of the residents who pleaded anonymity further disclosed, “They (the gunmen) came around 11pm and conducted a house-to-house search for personal belongings and livestock. They shot one man dead and injured three others. The deceased was buried Monday morning.”
The three injured victims were receiving treatment at health centres in the community on Monday.
Futile attempts were made to secure comments on the incident from the spokesman for the Katsina Police Command, SP Gambo Isah.

Meanwhile, a downpour in Katsina on Monday left many streets and layouts flooded.
The downpour which began around 10amsubsided at 3.30pm.
Some of the roads and layouts that were flooded include Ibrahim Babangida Road, Tudun Katsina layout and part of Kofar Kaoran community. Others included Jan Bango, Abbatuwa and Unguwar Yari.
No casualty was recorded. However, the flooding led to traffic build-up in several places including the Central Bank Road, Kofar Kaoran Roundabout and Liyafa Roundabout.
A resident, Faruq Ahmad, said many of the houses and shops that were submerged during the downpour were those built either on drainage and along water paths.
He said, “Many houses and shops that have been submerged are those built along water paths and on places that are supposed to be for drainages.”

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Simon Ekpa

Simon Ekpa LL.M (Master of Laws) is a human rights activist, CEO, senior legal advisor at Ekpa & Co Oy, legal researcher, author, analyst, Finnish politician, Biafra agitator and a Finnish Military reserve.
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