Armed bandits had abducted, the Head Teacher of Dangamji, Primary School, AbdulHafiz Abdullahi and two others at Doka filing station, while two others where shot and seriously wounded.
Earlier on Wednesday morning around 8.30am, heavily armed bandits, opened fire on vehicles around Polwaya and abduct a bread vendor, about ten kilometers from Birnin-Gwari.
Similarly, the armed bandits strike again on Wednesday near Gayam village, wounded three vigilante and abduct people from vehicles.
The notorious Unguwar Yako, Kwanan Mahaukaciya and indeed entire Birnin-Gwari-Kaduna highway has been overtaken by bandits terrorising and abducting innocent people especially women and Children.
In the last three weeks, armed bandits has launched a major onslaught against innocent civilians and motorists across the length and breath of Birnin-Gwari Local Government Area of Kaduna State.
On a daily basis, the armed bandits carry their nefarious act along BIRNIN-GWARI-Kaduna highway in broad day light without any challenge from the security personnels that are stationed in Birnin-Gwari., according to PR Nigeria report.
The strategic Birnin-Gwari-Funtua road has been deserted, while the entire Eastern part of Birnin-Gwari neighbouring Zamfara and Katsina States is now surrounded by armed bandits.
It is apparent to state categorically, that, Birnin-Gwari is once again under siege by bandits and the handful security personnel and state officials are paying leap service to the our plight of general insecurity of lives and property.
Expressing disaaproval of these developments, Ibrahim Abubakar Nagwari, the Chairman, Birnin-Gwari Vanguards for Security and Good Governance said; “We have noticed with, dismay, the way and manner our people are subjected to horrified and traumatised situation by the armed bandits that prey on human beings every day on various communities, villages and settlements in Birnin-Gwari Local government area.
“While we appreciate previous efforts by the security personnel against armed banditry in Birnin-Gwari, we hope the government of Malam Nasiru El- Rufa’i, will not treat our people as prodigal sons.
“With the current tension, fear and inability of peasant farmers to go to their respective farms because of activities of bandits, we strongly call on the Federal government, Kaduna state government and the security agents to act decisively on the bandits and their collaborators before we are consumed by the bandits.
“Enough is enough.”