naija news || Suspected crooks have stole 17 individuals in Udawa town, Chikun Local Government Area of Kaduna State. Seventeen of those kidnapped, including four others were supposed to be individuals from a similar family.
A people group pioneer in the town, Liman Hussaini said the kidnappings happened on Friday and Saturday when the residents were heading off to their ranches. As per Hussaini, four individuals were kidnapped on Friday, while 17 people (all individuals from a similar family), were snatched on Saturday on their way to the ranch at about 7am. He said around one and a half kilometers from the town; the desperados dipped on the group of 21 harming four and snatching 17.
Hussaini included that when security staff positioned in the town showed up at the area of the occurrence, the desperados had gotten away with their casualties into the shrubs.
“You know there is not kidding hunger, individuals are thinking that its hard to take care of, yet since the maize is done, numerous families rely upon it to take care of. We have begun reaping maize which we use for taking care of on the grounds that there is no food. The top of this group of 21 was riding on a bicycle with one of his children and two girls to the homestead as the criminals started shooting at them in the wake of snatching 17 individuals from the family. The man was shot in the leg; the child was shot in the mouth. One of the girls was shot in the chest; the other little girl was shot in the hand. Them four were taken to the medical clinic in Kaduna. There are troopers and cops that are positioned in Udawa, however when they got to the area of the episode, the criminals had run away to the brambles with their casualties
“This is the thing that has been occurring in our locale. Heading off to the homestead is a genuine danger. Then again, in the event that you don’t go to the homestead, yearning will murder you and your family. So we are confronted with two perilous choices”, Hussaini deplored.
The representative of the Kaduna State Police Command, Mohammed Jalige, couldn’t be gone after response on the occurrence as his cell phone was turned off.