17 individuals from a family have supposedly been snatched by yet-to-be-recognized men who raged their town, Udawa in Chikun nearby government region of Kaduna express this end of the week.
As indicated by reports, the shooters in two separate assaults stole a sum of 21 people.
Affirming the snatching to newsmen, Liman Hussaini, a network head in Udawa town, said the shooters showed up in their town and started shooting inconsistently into the air. He said four people were stole on Friday, September 11 while 17 others were kidnapped on Saturday morning, September 12 while on their way to the ranch.
“Recently, a group of 21 were setting off to the ranch, yet around one and a half kilometers from home, they were assaulted by shooters. Four of them supported genuine wounds from discharges while 17 of them were kidnapped.
Additionally, on Friday, at about 7am, four individuals were snatched while on their way to the homestead.
You know there is not kidding hunger. Individuals are thinking that its hard to take care of, however since the maize is done, numerous families rely upon it to take care of. We have begun gathering maize which we use for taking care of in light of the fact that there is no food.
The top of this group of 21 was riding on a bicycle with one of his children and two little girls to the ranch when the outlaws started shooting at them in the wake of stealing 17 individuals from the family.
The man was shot on the leg; the child was shot in the mouth. One of the little girls was shot on the chest; the other little girl was shot on the hand. Them four were taken to an emergency clinic in Kaduna.” he said
He said the shooters disappeared with the casualties before security specialists got to the town.
The Kaduna state police order is yet to respond to the ongoing turn of events.