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Published On: Tue, Oct 23rd, 2018

El Rufai visits victims of Kaduna crisis in hospital

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From Femi Oyelola Kaduna

Kaduna state Governors Mallam Nasir El Rufai has visited the victims of yesterday violences in kaduna state that is said to have left many Dead and score injured. The spokeperson to the Governor Samuel Aruwan disclosed this on his timeline.
According to him some of the hospitals visited, includes St. Gerard’s Catholic Hospital, Kakuri, and Barau Dikko Teaching Hospital.
The Governor who was said to be in the hospitals in the wee hours of yesterday sympatise with the victims and assured them of the continually support of his government.
Mallam Nasir El Rufai then paid a thank you visit to the security agents deployed to various parts of the Town.
He expressed satisfaction in the ways the security operatives handled the situation and restore peace back to the town.
The Governor was also at the places of the Paramount ruler of the Gbagi Chiefdom Sa Gbagi Danjuma Barde where he commended the Royal father for helping to curtailed the crisis.
He was also at the Barki Runwa community where he called on the citizens to live in peace and harmony.
Meanwhile three persons have been reported killed the fresh attack around the Narayi area of Kaduna State,.
Residents who preferred to spoke off record said the attackers stormed the community in the early hours of Monday morning and opened fire on some men who were guarding the area.
According to the residents, the men had mobilised themselves to guard the community when the crisis broke out, to avoid any intruder from entering the community because of the curfew.
As at time of filing this report,the 24-hour curfew has not been relaxed, as the spokeperson to the Governor Samuel Aruwam called on residents to disregard any information that is contrary.

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