Musa Mohammed, a native and inhabitant of Gidan Damo village, has disclosed that gunmen who terrorized the neighborhood on Wednesday night abducted four women and four children while also killing four other people and wounded dozens of residents.
In a phone interview with the Daily Post, Mohammed claimed that everyone sought to flee to safety without knowing what would become of the next person. However, it was later determined that seven people had been shot, of whom four had died instantly.
“Nobody cared to wait and monitor what happened because the villagers were running without direction to the bush for the safety of their lives,” he continued.
Mohammed claimed that the thieves were going from house to home to choose their victims and that they were eventually discovered in the wilderness with four women and their four children.
“On Wednesday night, shortly after seven o’clock, we had just finished the Magrib prayers when we heard several gunshots as the terrorists broke into the neighborhood.
It was impossible to reach State Police Public Relations Officer, PPRO, ASP Yazeed Abdulahi for comment because he wasn’t returning calls.