This Day News – No fewer than 85 people died in attacks on three communities in Kaduna State by gunmen suspected to be Fulani herdsmen, the deadly attacks said to have taken place on Sunday and Monday.
. . . suspected Fulani herdsmen invaded the community and killed 35 people. The spokesman of the Kaduna State Police Command, Yakubu Sabo, who confirmed the attack on Anguwan Barde in a statement on Monday, said 16 died.
Danladi Yarima, a lawyer and former President of the Adara Development Association, said 35 died in Sunday’s attack on Anguwan Barde. He said in the attack on Anguwan Gamu village on Monday, 46 people died with about 100 houses set ablaze by rampaging herdsmen.