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Security operatives foil attack by bandits, recover 300 cattle in Zamfara

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Zamfara State Governor, Hon. Bello Mohammed Matawalle, Sunday revealed that safety operatives within the state within the early hours of foiled an assault, recovering over 400 home animals from bandits within the State.

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Based on the governor, the safety operatives killed unspecified variety of the armed bandits whereas some escaped with varied levels of accidents into the forests in Zamfara State.

The Governor disclosed this on Sunday through Twitter, declaring that the operation was led by the state Commissioner for Safety and Residence Affairs, Hon. Abubakar Mohammed Dauran.

He additionally shared photographs exhibiting the cattle recovered which have been rustled by the bandits at Kuraje close to Rijiyar Tsakar Dawa in Gusau Native Authorities Space of the State.

“A second in the past, I used to be knowledgeable about an operational success recorded by the Hon. Commissioner. He led a workforce of safety forces on a joint patrol and neutralised a gang of bandits who rustled herds of over 300 cattle at Kuraje close to Rijiyar Tsakar Dawa in Gusau Native Authorities Space,” his tweet mentioned.

“The cattle could be launched to the rightful proprietor on show of possession”

“We’re happy with for the dedication & gallantry of our Safety Forces in the direction of restoring peace in Zamfara State and Nigeria at giant”

It could possibly be recalled that Zamfara state has been experiencing collection of terror assaults lately by bandits who’ve been killing harmless folks and kidnapping folks for ransom within the state.

DAILY POST can authoritatively state that the bandits killed over 100 harmless residents mercilessly within the state lately, saying that the bandits operated with none molestation by the safety operatives within the state.

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