The insurgency of the suspected Fulani herdsmen in the north see to the attack of one of the Kaduna State Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, chairman earlier today.
The attack later led to the abduction of a sick police officer, a 14-year-old girl alongside 2 others.
Speaking on the attack that took place in Mararaba Rido in Chikun local government area of the state, the Kaduna north local government CAN Chairman, Rev. Elisha Abu Dreams confirmed he was first attacked before the raid continued and led to those abductions.
According to Rev. Abu Dreams, “The suspected kidnappers first came to my house at exactly 11:57pm and they called, spoke in Fulani and Hausa language that l should open the door for them. Immediately, l and my family started praying for divine intervention from God Almighty.
“While we were praying and refused to open the entrance to the house, they tried using hammer to break the entrance to the house but could not succeed. While they were making efforts to have their way into the house, we were still praying to God for help.
“They later used automatic gun by shooting on the door so that they could gain entrance to the house, yet we were still praying and at the same time, l called on the police to inform them of what we were going through and for their immediate assistance. Before the police personnel could come to the house, they left without gaining entrance to the house.”
The cleric later revealed that after their futile efforts of gaining entrance they were forced to move to the neighborhood where they carried out their heinous deeds.
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Those who were Kidnapped include a sick police officer who just returned from another state, a 14-year-old girl, a Civil Defence Officer and a security man.
Although no report of injury or arm but the kidnappers and their subjects are still on the loose.
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