26 Mar BREAKINGNEWS: Bandits murder fighters, police, Civil Defense officials weeks after Buhari’s airstrike request
BREAKINGNEWS: Bandits murder fighters, police, Civil Defense officials weeks after Buhari’s airstrike request
A joint watch group of security agents were on Monday associated with a savage however lethal firearm fight with crooks working in Niger State.
The trading of substantial gunfire occured around Galkogo Forest, in Shiroro Local Government Area.
PRNigeria reports that around 20 officials and men of the Nigerian Army, Nigeria Police and Nigeria Security and Civil Defense Corps (NSCDC) lost their lives in the experience.
Be that as it may, the crooks endured much more losses.
A source disclosed to DAILY POST Wednesday night that the carcasses of the fallen legends had been emptied.
He included that the bodies were passed on to the Minna General Hospital among Monday and Tuesday.
When reached Colonel Sagir Musa, Director of Army Public Relations, didn’t affirm or discredit the episode.
He guided our journalist to the Brigade Commander in Niger State, Brigadier General Gideon Temitope.
Endeavors to arrive at the General and the Niger State Police Command demonstrated unsuccessful as at the hour of recording this report.
In January, President Muhammadu Buhari communicated genuine worry over banditry in the a few states.
He at that point coordinated airstrikes on outlaws working in the backwoods circumscribing Kaduna, Niger and Zamfara.
After ten days, the desperados, in what resembled an activity to show disdain toward the Nigerian head, destroyed a Police helicopter.
In February, the Niger House of Assembly asked the Governor Sani Bello to pronounce a highly sensitive situation.
This followed criminals’ assaults in zones including Shiroro, Munya, Rafi, Paikoro, Borgu, Magama, Mariga, Kontagora among others.