Names of 11 people killed by bandits identified 

The names of 11 people killed by bandits at Albasu village of Igabi local government area of Kaduna State have been identified.

This was contained in a statement issued by the Commissioner for Internal Security and Home Affairs, Samuel Aruwan on Tuesday.

He said the security operatives have updated the state government with information regarding the attack on the village.

The identified 11 persons killed as follows: Amadu Mallam, ldi Gefefe, lsah Goma, Awwalu Goma, Babangida Iliyasu, and Lado Iliyasu.

Others were Ya’u Jumare, Hamza Umaru, Shehu Jibril, Tukur Albasu and  Musa Adamu Muruzuwa.

However, according to the statement, 4 persons have sustained injuries and they are Muazu Albasu, Samaila Chairman

Junaidu Husaini and an unidentified woman earlier thought to have been killed.

‘The Kaduna State Government will continue to give security updates to the citizenry, as it continues to work assiduously with security agencies on the protection of life and property across the state


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