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Gunmen have robbed people in Zamfara, a large number of them are missing in Wanzamai town

Wanzamai Village in Tsafe Local Government Area of ​​Zamfara State, Nigeria.

How It’s Started

The gunmen attacked the young men and women, about eighty to one hundred people (80-100) and more than this number.

This caused the parents of the children to become agitated and restless, and saddened because they did not know the future of their children in the village of Wanzamai in Tsafe.

Until now, the authorities have not said anything about the matter Ibrahim Aliyu Tanko talked to the parents of the children of Garin who were kidnapped by BBC HAUSA RADIO.

The majority of those who were kidnapped were children (between 15-25 years of age, girls and boys). Although there was an 80-year-old man who was also kidnapped, they found trees and garbage from the farm because of the impending arrival.

The disturbing thing is that almost all the family members in the village are suffering and it affects everyone because among the people who have been kidnapped there is your brother or another member of your family or someone you are close to even through Auratayya.

During the fast, they attacked the village near them, for example, at 12 o’clock in the first 5 days of Ramadan, thieves came and stole Suntafi cows, they shot but did not shoot anyone.

A surprising thing is that the thieves still do not talk about their lack of ransom money or additional information from them. From the mouths of the parents of the abducted children

Also, the thieves had the opportunity to enter the city at around 8:00 pm in the morning, as well as one of the mother of the girl who was kidnapped, her daughter was about 15 years old.

All of them and the parents and the children who are affected are all in trouble because they do not know what the problem is, and what will be done to solve this problem.

The authorities, if they investigate, will announce the full details.

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Ibrahim Salisu Known as Bibzaria CEO of Nhausa for India Hausa, Freelance writer who has written Some of articles over the last decade, covering every conceivable subject from the Indian Hausa Movie

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