Again, gunmen kidnap 23 people in Nigeria’s troubled Birnin-Gwari Updated for 2021

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Updated: March 5, 2021


The notorious armed bandits, operating in Birnin-Gwari axis of Kaduna State have kidnapped 23 travellers including nursing mother Friday morning.

A commercial driver, Mohamed Kebi, told newswire PRNigeria, that the gunmen intercepted at least five vehicles during the abduction.Kebi said: “At least five vehicles were intercepted by Kidnappers along Birnin-Gwari-Kaduna road around 11.00am this morning Friday. At least 23  people were kidnapped, including a nursing mother and one other kid.

“The incident occurred at Kwanar-tsauni between Udawa and Labi.

“Though there is improved security along Funtua route which many commercial vehicles ply, we want the government to also provide maximum security to other routes that are haven of Kidnappers”.

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