33.1 C
Abuja
Friday, December 9, 2022
HomeNewsFamily of 10 Whisked Away by Bandits Terrorsing Katsina

Family of 10 Whisked Away by Bandits Terrorsing Katsina

Rampaging bandits terrorising Katsina State have reportedly kidnapped a family of 10 people, including two wives and eight children in Dajin Mare of Dandume local council.

A Twitter user identified as Mr Soli revealed that the terrorists invaded the residence of one Alhaji Sani Na-Buhari whose family fell victims of the attack. 

READ: 67-year-old Mother, Son Kidnapped in Katsina

As seen in a picture attached to his tweet, the bandits in an attempt to invade the house, perforated its fence.

Family of 10 Whisked Away by Bandits Terrorsing Katsina 1

A resident of the community alleged that distress calls placed across to security operatives were unattended to.

“They later on break into the house, kidnapping his family at about 1:28am last night. The locals confirmed that the operation lasted for at least 30 mins without security intervention. The security forces later on showed up vainly,” Soli’s tweet read.

Isah Gambo, spokesman for Katsina Police Command was not available for comment as did not respond to a text sent to him at the time of filing this report.

Cases of terrorists attacks on communities in Katsina have been frequently reported by social media users.

READ: Katsina Police Repels Terrorists’ Attack, Rescues 18

Two days ago, it was reported that Yar Ladi Turaki, a 67-year-old mother was abducted alongside her son, Umar Aliyu, by bandits who invaded their community in Ingawa Local Government Area of the same state.

In July, the Coalition of Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) in Katsina State, expressed concerns over the surging spate of terrorists’ attacks on communities across the state.

The coalition, in a statement by its Chairman AbdulRahman Abdullahi titled: ‘Worsening Security Situation in Katsina State: A Call for Prayers and Sober Reflection’, accused the state government of failing to secure the lives and property of its citizens.

The statement read: “Most disheartening is the government’s inability to take decisive actions and bring these incessant senseless killings of innocent and law abiding citizens to an end.

“Banditry activities are on the rise everyday and the bandits are becoming bolder and more dangerous with every attack they carry out.

READ: Bizarre: Hailstorm Wreaks Havoc In Katsina

“This is because they are becoming more equipped with deadly weaponry with the ransoms paid to them, making them stronger and more daring to advance their attacks to areas, hitherto, inaccessible to them.

“Today nowhere is secured and nobody is safe in Katsina State. The State Headquarters, the seat of power, is not a safe haven either!”.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Most Read

Latest stories