Two persons were today confirmed killed while 50 others were abducted when terrorists attacked the Unguwan Gimbiya community on the outskirts of Kaduna, in Kaduna State.
This was confirmed by a cleric, who craved anonymity.
He said: “The terrorists struck in the early hours of today (Friday).
They invaded Ungwan Gimbiya Community of Sabo in Chikun Local Government; they abducted over 50 people and killed two.
“A total number of 13 families were visited by the bandits. The attack lasted for about two hours with heavy gunshots.”
•Culled from New Telegraph
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