Kajuru residents flee homes in fear of attacks


By Our Reporter

No fewer than 30 people from Kajuru council of Kaduna state have arrived Ungwan Maigero community in Chikun Council as refugees.

The residents flee their homes in fear of herder’s attack.

SINL Nigeria gathered that the displaced victims, who are mostly women and children, have taken refugee in dilapidated and uncompleted buildings.

Concerned citizens in the community stated on Monday that the refugees were over 30, saying more were still trooping in as a result of the armed attacks in Kajuru.

“Presently, they are being camped in a mud house yet to be plastered and floored with emergency doors and windows, with no toilet facilities and potable water.

“Our attention was drawn to the emergence of some refugees on Sunday evening by some concerned individuals. We got there and discovered over 30 women and their children, with more still trooping in as a result of herdsmen’s attack somewhere in Kajuru,” a cleric, who led the group said.

He appealed to public-spirited individuals to come to their aid.

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