Kaduna State Government said it has received further operational feedback from the military under the auspices of Operation Safe Haven (OPSH) that it has arrested two suspects in connection with the killing of a herder and six locals at Ungwan Pah and Ungwan Bido, Jema’a local government area of the State.
According to Commissioner for Internal Security and Home Affairs, Samuel Aruwan in a statement, “In the second operational feedback, the military stated that Special Forces of the Nigerian Air Force (NAF) have arrested two suspects linked to the counter killing of today, Sunday, 29th November 2020, at Ungwan Bido, Jema’a local government area where six persons were killed.
“In another development, the military further informed the Kaduna State Government, that in the course of clearance operation in the general area, it found one herder, Abubakar Alhassan in his hut at Kussom village unconscious with bruises and rushed the herder to Kowa Medical Center, Jagindi Town, where a medical doctor confirmed the victim dead.
“The military has handed over the corpse to the police for further investigation.
“Similarly, the military received distress call from a community leader in the general area, that some children were seeing wandering in a forest after their pastoralists parents had fled.
“Troops immediately set out to the location and rescued the two children.
“The children have been handed over to the police for immediate reunion with their families when traced.
“Governor El-Rufai commends community leaders for assisting the military to stabilise the situation and to apprehend suspects. Government acknowledges the community leader who helped save the lives of the children, aged nine and five, for his immense contributions to security and peace in the area”. (The Sun)
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