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Suspected bandits attacked several communities in Katsina State council Malumfashi district on Monday night.
During the attack, a man identified as Umar Isah had been killed.
Isah was a lecturer at Funtua’s School of Basic and Remedial Studies (SBRS) until his death.
People, who spoke with CmaTrends correspondent, said on Monday night they heard multiple gunshots, and the shots were sporadic and lasted for hours.
However, it is not clear how many communities have been attacked or whether there have been casualties other than the killed lecturer.
The incident occurred less than 24 hours after bandits attacked Tsauri, a Kafur council area community where they shot one person, and raided several homes.
The man, who in the state metropolitan area was rushed to the Orthopedic Hospital, lost his life and was buried according to Islamic rites.
Sadly, the attack on the Tsauri community took place on the same day with another bandit attack on dozens of passengers traveling along the Jibia-Batsari road in the council area of Batsari.
It was said that the bandits kidnapped several of the passengers who were traveling in two J5 buses, whisked them into nearby dreaded Fugue forest.
But the police said all yet seven of the kidnapped passengers were swung into motion and rescued.
The state that had previously enjoyed relative peace after dialog with alleged bandits by the government is currently facing a resurgence of insecurity.
At the time of this writing, the spokesman for the police command, SP Gambo Isah, is yet to respond to the incident in Malumfashi.
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