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Military says its troops killed six bandits in Zamfara, foil cattle rustling in Katsina States

The Nigerian Armed Forces on Wednesday said that its ground and air forces killed six armed bandits at their enclave at Komani Hills within Rukudawa general area of Zamfara State, Northwest Nigeria.

Coordinator, Defence Media Operations, Major General John Enenche, said in a statement that the troops also foiled an attempt by armed bandits to rustle cows at Kasele village in Batsari LGA of Katsina State.

According to the statement by Enenche, “in continuation of the operational mandate to stamp banditry and untoward activities out of North-West zone of the country, troops of Operation SAHEL SANITY on 14 July 2020 neutralised 6 armed bandits.

“Acting on credible Human Intelligence, troops of Operation SAHEL SANITY backed by helicopter gunships of the Air Component of Operation HADARIN DAJI stormed the bandits’ enclave at Komani Hills within Rukudawa general area of Zamfara State and made contact with the criminals elements.

“The gallant troops overwhelmed the bandits with superior fire power killing 6 of them while others fled with grave  gun shots wounds. One GPMG, one AK 47 rifle, one magazine and  34 motorcycles were recovered.

“Relatedly, troops of Operation SAHEL SANITY on 13 July 2020 responded to a distress call on an attempt by armed bandits to rustle cows at Kasele village in Batsari LGA of Katsina State. As they swiftly mobilized to the scene, the bandits fled in disarray thereby abandoning the animals. Afterwards, the gallant troops have maintained presence in the village and normalcy restored.”

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