Chief Imam and Okada jockey die after new attack on plateau

Chief Imam and Okada jockey die after new attack on plateau

Chief Imam Sani Idris and Okada rider Muhammad Gambo have been allegedly killed in a fresh attack in Bacchus Local Government Area of ​​Plateau State.

This unfortunate incident occurred just one week after more than 150 people were killed in a series of attacks across 23 communities in the same LGA.

On Wednesday, Gan Allah Fulani Development Association (GAFDAN) Chairman Garba Abdullahi confirmed the attack.

He said the slain cleric was the head imam of Jumaat Mosque in Ndun village, Tangur district, Bokkos local government area.

Chairman GAFDAN stated the following regarding the circumstances of the incident. “The Chief Imam and his brother were attacked on Monday after arriving in the community to retrieve some of their belongings left over from a recent attack in which members' homes were burnt down.

“So they went there to see if they could get some of the property, but were suddenly attacked. The thugs killed the Imam, but his younger brother He survived despite being injured.”

DAILY POST recalls that on Christmas Eve, gunmen attacked Bacchus LGA in Plateau, killing hundreds of villagers.

The incident sparked anger among Nigerians over the government's failure to protect the lives of its citizens.

Despite the launch of a special operation by the Nigeria Police Force, attacks have recurred.


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