Security agents in Plateau state killed eight bandits on Sunday in the village of Sabon Gari in the local government of Wase state.

Nigerian Tribune learned that the incident took place at about 6 a.m. Sunday when Operation Safe Haven (OPSH) men, responsible for state security, along with fighters and some vigilantes, stormed the bandits’ hideout to attack the bandits. wash away elements.

A source close to the village revealed that the attack on the bandits actually started Saturday night and lasted until Sunday, adding that many of the bandits suffered fatal injuries

Abdullahi Usman, a resident of Wase who also confirmed the incident, told newsmen that during the clash, two villages – Zurak and Yaddi Lawan, which had been seized and served as bases for the bandits, were burned and recaptured by security.

He said: “Some bandits were killed while some fled the community. It was a joint operation that lasted until Sunday evening.”

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Operation Safe Haven spokesman Major Ishaku Takwa confirmed the incident and told reporters that eight bandits were killed during the operation in the area.

It is recalled that the communities in Wase City Council have been attacked by bandits in recent weeks.


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