Heavily armed gunmen suspected to be herdsmen have defied the orders of Nigeria’s President by attacking residents of the nation’s capital Abuja with AK47 guns right in their houses.
The latest of this was a rampaging attack on residents of Kiyi Town, Kuje, Abuja where dozens of armed herdsmen went from house to house kidnapping residents in their sleep between 12 midnight and 2 am this morning, Wednesday, March 24, 2021.
It was learnt that four residents were abducted in the operation including Mr Salami Olalekan, a Staff of the Federal Capital Territory Administration, FCTA.
It was also gathered that the armed men broke into his house by tearing down the iron bars of a back window from where they took their victim on foot across grasslands towards the hills behind Kiyi Town.
Three other residents were equally abducted alongside Mr Olalekan.  Coincidentally, Mr Olalekan’s wife is also an employee of the FCT – UBEB.
Recall that President Muhammadu Buhari had recently emphasized that the security chiefs have received marching orders to go harder on criminals, including to shoot anyone found illegally with AK-47.

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