Again, Bandits Raid Kaduna Community, Kill 2, Burn Down Several Houses And A Church (Photos)

For the umpteenth time, bandits allegedly attacked Adei village in Kutura station, Tantatu ward, Kajuru local government area, Kaduna state, killing two residents and setting fire to their homes.

One of the male victims, according to a report by Channels TV had his head and hands chopped off after he was killed by the bandits during the attack.


The police and the Kaduna state government have yet to confirm the attack, but a former chairman of the Kajuru local government area told Channels Television that the bandits first attacked some of the neighboring communities on Tuesday, burning down houses and shooting sporadically within the communities.

See also  76 Year Old Grandpa, 3 Siblings, Brazil Returnee, And Others In NDLEA Net For Drug Related Offences (Photos)

READ ALSO: Nigerian Troops Captures Several Boko Haram Terrorists Alive, Eliminate 13 In Resounding Victory (See Photos)

Church equipments being rescued from being consumed by fire.

He claimed that the bandits later returned to Adei community, which is also under Kutura station, on Friday afternoon and carried out a similar attack, killing two people in the process.

See also  Everything You Need To Know About Sheikh Zakzaky
Men in Adei Village, Kutura Station, Kaduna State, stand in front of their damaged homes following a bandit attack. Credit/Channels TV

During the unfortunate attack, over 30 houses and a church belonging to the Evangelical Church Winning All (ECWA) were reportedly set ablaze, forcing residents to flee from the area.

The whereabouts of the Kutura community leader, Joseph Ayuba, is also unknown at the moment, as residents think he may have been kidnapped by the bandits during the attack.

See also  Group Of Kidnappers Arrested By Security Operatives In Kaduna (graphic video)
Women in Adei Village, Kutura Station, Kaduna State, stand in front of their damaged homes following a bandit attack. Credit/Channels TV

Kajuru local government, which is located in Kaduna State’s Central Senatorial district, has been dealing with security challenges ranging from banditry to sectarian confrontations between Fulanis and Adaras.

Hundreds have been killed, and many more have been injured or kidnapped.

Share and Enjoy !


Isaac is a Content Writer who has created many written materials, such as website content, blog posts, stories, and so on. I'm also good at developing and generating ideas, performing research, selecting workable ideas, writing fresh content, proofreading content, introducing keywords, managing user-generated content, and managing social media pages.

Related Posts

NSCDC Parades Suspected Bandits And Deadly Cattle Rustlers (See Photos)

The Nigerian Security and Civil Defense Corp, Sokoto Command, on Monday paraded 9 suspects for linkage with high profile bandits who have been terrorizing the state.

Nigerian Troops Fighting Boko Haram In northeast Nigeria

Nigerian Troops Fighting Boko Haram Celebrate Victory (Video)

Nigerian Troops fighting Boko Haram in the Northeast part of Nigeria were captured in a video dancing and jubilating to victory songs after defeating some members of…

Operation Hadin Kai: Big Blow For Boko Haram Terrorists As Nigerian Troops Kills Scores

The Nigerian Army troops of Operation Hadin Kai (OPHK) alongside their Cameroonian counterparts deployed at the Forward Operating Base (FOB) Wulgo, on 18 October 2021, dealt a…

The man who kidnaps children

Alarming Confession Of Man Who Kidnaps Children for #500 (Video)

Here is the shocking Confession Of Man Who Kidnaps Children for #500 (five hundred naira). A middle aged Nigerian man who kidnaps children has shocked Nigerians after…

Nigerian Army arrest popular actor

Nigerian Army Confirms Arrest Of Popular Nollywood Actor, Read What He Did

The Nigerian Army HQ have confirmed the arrest of popular Nollywood actor who stars mostly in Igbo movies for inciting people to support proscribed Indegenous People of…

Wild Animals, A Blessing In Disguise For Nigerian Soldiers (Photos)

Wild Animals are a blessing in disguise for Nigerian soldiers deployed in and around forest areas. One of the perks of clearance operations in the forest area…

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *