3 Civilians Reportedly Killed By Soldiers Buried Amidst Tears In Yobe

Date: 15-04-2024 7:40 pm (1 month ago) | Author: onuigbo felicia
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Three corpses of those who were allegedly killed by soldiers in Gashu’a town, Yobe State, were buried on Monday amidst tears and anguish.

The Emir of Bade, Alh Abubakar Umar Suleiman, and the chairman of Bade Local Government Council, Ibrahim Babagana, were among the dignitaries who attended the funeral prayers of the victims.

Gistmania recalls that the tragic killing of three civilians occurred yesterday after soldiers allegedly opened fire on peaceful protesters who were expressing their anger over the alleged reckless conduct of soldiers in the town that led to a fatal accident involving their patrol vehicle and a tricycle.

Governor Mai Mala Buni, who called for calm after the incident, directed free treatment to those who sustained injuries in the accident and were admitted to the Specialist Hospital, Gashua.

Gistmania reported that the President of the 9th Senate, Senator Ahmad Lawan, who represents Yobe North, called on military authorities to immediately investigate the killing of three innocent civilians by soldiers in Gashu’a, the headquarters of Bade Local Government Area in Yobe State.

“I am deeply saddened by Sunday’s tragic event that took place in Gashua, Yobe State, where soldiers allegedly killed three innocent civilians who were among those protesting the killing of a tricycle operator by the soldiers,” the lawmaker said.

According to him, those behind these senseless acts of violence must be held accountable for their actions.

“Justice must be served for the victims and their families,” he said.

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