After storming the Angwan Gimbiya community in Chikun Local Government Area (LGA) in Kaduna State, bandits kidnapped a six-month-old baby and her mother, as well as other children under the age of ten, authorities said.
Since then, a widow in the community has shared her story of how her husband was murdered in her presence. TVC News paid a visit to the affected area and interviewed her during their visit.
According to reports, two people lost their lives in the recent attack on the Angwan Gimbiya community in Kenya. According to members of the community, the deceased victims were leaders of the security network that had been established to guard the area.
According to a widow, who described how her husband was killed during the attack, "The bandits came knocking, and they told my husband that if he didn't open the door, they would break it down and kill everyone in the house. They snatched my husband from behind the couch and carried him outside as soon as he opened the door. Several of the bandits surrounded my husband, and they continued to shoot at him until he was killed."
She went on to say the following: "My husband and I went through a lot. We earned a living and provided for our family by packing sand for sale. They have taken his life and abandoned me to suffer alone."
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