Three security personnel, another 72 killed by non-state actors last week

The same week (May 22-28) political activities were at their peak, non-state actors did not let up and a total of 75 people were killed. This week’s figure indicates an increase compared to the previous week, when 20 people died. One of the victims was a military officer, two were policemen and the remaining 72 were civilians. Of the 12 incidents that took place in five geopolitical zones, one was the murder of at least 30 people in Rann, Borno state. PREMIUM TIMES compiled the incidents from media reports. Therefore, unreported cases are not included. Below are the recorded incidents: Southeast gunmen on sunday killed no less than seven people in different parts of Anambra state. Among them was a mother and four of her children in Isulo, Orumba North local government area. The other two took place in Abatete, in the local government area of ​​Idemili Norte, while another man was killed in the local government area of ​​Nanka Orumba Norte. Northwest Residents confirmed the death of at least 11 people when bandits attacked the Ruwan Bore community of Talata Mafara local government area in Zamfara state on Saturday. Local sources said that several residents were also injured by the bandits. In Katsina, gunmen killed 12 farmers in Gakurdi village in the Jibia local government area of ​​Katsina state on Tuesday. Three people were injured during the attack. In neighboring Kaduna, the bandits also killed a newlywed groom and kidnapped his pregnant wife in Jere town, Kagarko Local Government Area. The bandits also kidnapped four members of the family of a former Poverty Alleviation Commissioner in Kaduna state, Abdulrahman Ibrahim Jere. northeast Members of the terrorist group Boko Haram killed four Fulani herdsmen in Borno state. Zagazola Makama, a counterinsurgency expert and security analyst, revealed this in a tweet on Monday. In Yobe, a front-line contender for the South Borno senatorial district on the platform of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), Idris Durkwa escaped death on Sunday when unknown gunmen ambushed his convoy with its many supporters. and opened fire along the Maiduguri-Damaturu highway. , which leads to death of two policemen with several others suffered varying degrees of injuries. In Bauchi, one person was death confirmed and several wounded in a clash between youths in the Yelwa area of ​​the state. The Bauchi State Police Command revealed this through a statement issued on Saturday, adding that several houses were also razed. In Borno, at least 32 people were killed by suspected members of the ISWAP terror group while searching for metals in a deserted community in the Dikwa local government area, an official said. Isah Gusau, a spokesperson for Borno Governo, Babagana Zulum, told reporters on Wednesday that the victims were shot at close range last weekend after being captured by the terrorist group in the Mudu community, some 45 kilometers from Rann, headquarters of Kala-Balge Local. Borno Government Area. south west Gunmen suspected of being members of the Aiye cult group on Sunday night killed another boy in the areapopularly known as Wale Matasaka in Abeokuta, the capital of Ogun state The findings revealed that Wale was killed outside a popular hall on Quarry Road in the metropolis. In Ondo, gunmen suspected of being kidnappers killed a soldier and kidnapped a Lebanese engineer in Ogbonmo Ijebu-Owo, Owo Local Government Area. Witnesses said the gunmen also killed the Lebanese driver. central north Gunmen reportedly shot three occupants of a car along Federal College of Education Road in the Otite area of ​​Kogi state on Wednesday night. killing two while one narrowly escaped. Similarly, gunmen also shot dead one early Thursday morning when they broke into the farmhouse of a Hydroelectric Power Production Areas Development Commission (HYPPADEC) board member, Isah Ozi, and killed him. they kidnapped. SEE: Governor Yahaya Bello’s roadmap to Hope 2023 Read More Related News Here Let here it in the comment below if you do have an opinion on this; Three security personnel, another 72 killed by non-state actors last week