Bandits Abducts Zamfara Emir Along Kaduna-Abuja Highway, Kill Police Escort

Date: 15-09-2021 8:24 am (1 week ago) | Author: kacy lee
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Gunmen suspected to be bandits have killed a police officer and abducted the Emir of Bungudu, Zamfara state, Hassan Attahiru Atto, as well as an unspecified number of people along the Kaduna–Abuja highway.

Kaduna police spokesperson, Muhammed Jalige said the incident happened on Tuesday evening when the bandits opened fire on the emir’s convoy and successfully demobilized some of the vehicles, including that of the traditional ruler, before taking him away.

Jalige said a police officer who was among a team despatched to confront the bandits was killed, while two other people sustained varying degree of injuries and were receiving medical treatment.

The police spokesman in a statement said that four vehicles were recovered from the scene of the incident, but the total number of persons abducted has not been confirmed.

Today, 14th September, 2021 at about 1510hrs, the Kaduna Police Command received a tragic report of an attack and kidnapping incident around Dutse Village along Kaduna-Abuja road, where an unspecified number of people were suspected to have been kidnapped, while two others sustained varying degree of injuries are currently receiving medical treatment,” the statement reads.

The information has it that the commuters were intercepted by the bandits who shot berserkly, resulting in the aforesaid circumstance. However, Operatives of the Command were dispatched to restore normalcy in the area of which an officer paid the supreme price.

“During the course of preliminary investigation of the scene, four vehicles were recovered from the scene while the exact number of persons kidnapped is yet to be ascertained.

Equally, available information indicates that the Emir of Bungudu, Zamfara state, His Royal Highness (HRH) Alhaji Hassan Atto, is among the people abducted to an unknown destination. Meanwhile, reinforcement team has since been dispatched, while coordinated effort is being carried out with a view to rescuing the victims unhurt.

“The Kaduna-Abuja road has been safe lately if not for this unfortunate incident. Thus, the Commissioner of Police Kaduna Command, CP Mudassiru Abdullahi psc (+), is calling on the citizens plying the road not be deterred by this setback as the Command is rejigging the security deployment to strengthen the existing structure aimed at forestalling reoccurrence.”


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- constigoldo at 15-09-2021 08:41 AM (1 week ago)
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- marijuanaa at 15-09-2021 09:44 AM (1 week ago)
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- gogoman at 15-09-2021 05:17 PM (1 week ago)
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- nikiniki at 15-09-2021 07:51 PM (1 week ago)
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KADUNA ROAD HAS BEEN SAFE LATELY...REALLY? WHO IS DECEIVING WHO IN THIS LIFE THREATHENING GAME? A WHOLE EMIR CARRIED AWAY? VERY SOON, THE RICH WILL KNOW THE CONVOY IS NOT WORKING AGAIN. WE MUST ALL RISE AND CHASE THESE KILLER FOREIGNERS FROM OUR COUNTRY...NIGERIA IS UNDER SIEGE!
Posted: at 15-09-2021 07:51 PM (1 week ago) | Gistmaniac
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