Tension As One Died In Suicide Bomb Attack 4 years ago 1

Umbrella body of Muslims in the 19 northern states and Abuja, Jama’atu Nasril Islam,  on Sunday in Kaduna asked the Muslims in the area  to be vigilant following Friday’s suicide  bomb attack on a mosque in Maiduguri, Borno State.
This was where the Shehu of Borno and the Deputy Governor of the state narrowly escaped death.
The call  came on the heels  of  an attack on Mahuta village on the outskirt of Kaduna on Saturday  by suspected Boko Haram members. One person was reportedly killed in the attack.
The Police  Public Relations Officer in Kaduna, Aminu Lawan,   who confirmed the incident, said two gunmen   were  apprehended in connection with the attack  by  residents.
An eyewitness  told our correspondent that the gunmen had gained access to the residence of the village head but  the monarch jumped the fence and escaped.
The quick intervention of youths of the area was said to have saved the situation as the youths confronted the  gunmen and in the process  seven of the residents were shot.
The statement  by  its  Secretary-General,  Dr. Khalid Aliyu, read in part,  “In the light of what ensued, we call on all Muslims to be vigilant and be more fervent in prayers for peace and harmony to return to Borno the land of Qur’an memorisers and by extension Nigerian.” Home Page

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