14 people killed during vigilante-bandit clash in Katsina State
The Katsina State Police Command has affirmed that the conflict among vigilantes and outfitted criminals in Tsamiyar Jino town in Kankara neighborhood government zone asserted 14 lives.
As indicated by Spokesperson of the Command, SP Gambo Isah, the vigilantes neglected to notice to police counsel and propelled an assault on the criminals in their den.
He said that seven of the vigilantes and seven of the bandits were killed.
“According to the reports received by the command, the incident started when members of the vigilante group decided to launch an attack on the bandits in their hideout (forest) killing seven of them and resultant of a fierce battle where the bandits also killed seven of the vigilante members.
“Yansakai (volunteers) who went into the forest to fight the bandits refused to heed to police advice.” He added that “the bandits suffered casualties of the same number (7) which they have evacuated from the forest as reported by the DPO in the area”.
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