El-Rufai appeals for peace In Kaduna After fresh Killings


The Kaduna State Government, led by Governor Nasir El-Rufai has confirmed fresh killings of citizens in the state. According to a statement by the state government, nine citizens were killed by criminal elements who attacked Nandu village in Sanga LGA in the early hour of this morning.

According to the statement, Governor Nasir El-Rufai has commiserated with the survivors and the families of the victims after being briefed by the security agencies.

According to the statement, “The Kaduna State Government has been briefed by the security agencies on the killing of nine persons by criminal elements who attacked Nandu village in Sanga LGA in the early hours of today.

“The security agencies have so far recovered nine corpses, including children. The attackers also burnt several houses in the village. The government condemns this attack on the live and security of citizens and appeals to our communities to resist those who do not want peace.

“The governor, on behalf of the government and people of Kaduna State, commiserates with the families of the victims and prays for the repose of their souls.

“Government, security agencies, traditional and religious institutions will continue to work towards sustainable peace. In this moment of grief, we must come together to defeat the machinations of those who have no notion of respect for the lives of others.

“Violence has left an unacceptable toll of death and injury, loss of livelihoods, pain and fear. We must overcome this by respecting our common humanity, settling differences peacefully and promptly reporting threats and suspicions to the appropriate authorities. Evil will never triumph over our common humanity.

“Security agencies have been deployed in the area, and the State Emergency Management Agency has been directed to immediately provide relief materials to the affected community.

The statement was signed by Samuel Aruwan, spokesman to the governor.


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