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Banditry: Kaduna gov’t seeks aggressive military operations

The Governor of Kaduna State, Senator Uba Sani, has appealed for aggressive military operations against bandits across the state following attacks in Igabi and Kauru…

The Governor of Kaduna State, Senator Uba Sani, has appealed for aggressive military operations against bandits across the state following attacks in Igabi and Kauru LGAs, which left some citizens dead and others kidnapped.

Governor Uba Sani represented by the Overseeing Commissioner, Ministry of Internal Security and Home Affairs, Samuel Aruwan, at Gwada and Kerawa villages in Igabi LGA during on-the-spot assessment of the security situation in the area, also sent his condolences to the families that lost loved ones in Igabi and Kauru.

The Overseeing Commissioner was in the company of the Garrison Commander, One Division Nigerian Army, Brigadier General Muhammad Kana, alongside other military commanders and security forces working in the areas.

“We are here on behalf of Governor Uba Sani to condole with you over the lives lost in Kerawa and Sabon Birni Wards in Igabi LGA and also Kwassam, Kurera, and Kan Makama communities in Kauru LGA.”

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“I want to assure you that we are also here for an assessment of the security situation and as you can see, troops are presently carrying out operations in these locations, to which you have attested. The state government is not relenting in its efforts and is also working towards sustained aggressive military operations in the frontline locations and emerging fronts like Kauru LGA,” he said.

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