Monday, 30 June 2014

Pictures: untold pictures of Christians massacred in Kaduna last week

Photos: Current Situations In Sanga Of Kaduna State110 victims of last Monday and Tuesday's killings in Sanga Local Government Area of Kaduna State by Fulani herdsmen were Friday, given mass burial according to the Chairman of the local government, Mr. Emmanuel Adamu.
 Those buried included an unnamed Igbo trader and his wife, women and children. The victims were buried in a parcel of land between Gwantu Kurmi and Kobin near the local government. They were the victim of a series of herdsmen attacks in about five villages in Sanga Local Government area from Tuesday into Wednesday in which the assailants sacked villagers and burnt down their houses. 
empty churches yesterday
Churches were empty yesterday
Mortuary overflows
Mortuary overflows
Rescuers
Rescuers
Refugee Camps with displaced persons
Refugee Camps with displaced persons
Refugee Camps with displaced persons
Refugee Camps with displaced persons
Refugee Camps overflow
Refugee Camps overflow
Refugee Camps
Refugee Camps
refugees
mass burial
Mass Burial
Children Masscred
Children Massacred
children massacred
Sad

Sad
Inside Mortuary
Inside Mortuary
In other parts of Kaduna State, On June 23, 40 rural Christians in Kabamu and Ankpong villages in Sanga LGA of Southern Kaduna State were massacred by the Islamic Fulani jihadists popularly called “Fulani Herdsmen”. On 24th June, over 123 innocent minority Christians of Kobrin, Dogon-Daji, Naidu, Kabamu, Hayin Kwanta, Kabani and Gani villages in the same Sanga LGA of Kaduna State, were butchered by the invading Islamic Fulani jihadists or “Fulani Herdsmen”.
According to a local vigilante group leader quoted by various media, 38 were killed in Kobrin, 21 in Dogon-Daji, 30 in Kabamu, 16 in Naidu, 9 in Gani, 5 in Hayin Kwanta and 4 in Kabani. The Chairman of the Sanga LGA, Mr. Emmanuel Adamu also confirmed the causality figures on June 26, 2014 during the mass burial of 100 out of the over 163 deaths in an area between Gwantu Kumi and Kobin communities in the State. He added that others killed in the butchery have been retrieved by their loved ones for the purpose of giving them befitting burials and that those who were mass-buried were in a state of decomposition.



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