In Nigeria, gunmen killed at least 30 people
Militants broke into the market when it was overwhelmed with buyers and sellers, an eyewitness to the incident said.
In Sokoto state, Nigeria, gunmen attacked a market, killing at least 30 people. About it informs Reuters on Monday, October 18.
Sokoto State Governor Amina Waziri Tambuwala said the attack took place at a market in Gorono on Sunday 17 October and lasted until the morning of Monday 18 October.
“The bandits broke into the market as it was overcrowded with buyers and sellers …. They fired in all directions, killing people,” says a local resident and trader.
According to him, the militants first stopped the police who were trying to intervene.
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