There are armed bandits who attack villages, kidnap and kill, in retaliation after the army attacked them, and the latest of these criminal operations, the kidnapping of at least 60 people in the Nigerian state of Zamfara, during an attack on a town in the state, while the army is carrying out air attacks in the state to control the situation.
While Boko Haram is carrying out constant attacks against civilians through constant incursions and suicide attacks, the bandits invaded Remi village in Bakura LGA town and kidnapped about 60 people, according to state information commissioner Ibrahim Dusara.
A multinational joint force had confronted the "Boko Haram" organization, which pledged allegiance to ISIS since March 2015, and the joint forces inflicted heavy damage on it, but bandits are intensifying their attacks on the state in response to the military operation carried out by the army, especially the forces air.
On the other hand, at least fourteen people were killed in an armed attack that targeted the village of Mado Mapushi in Kaduna State, northern Nigeria; This represents the latest violence in different parts of the country.
Nigerian media sources said that "militants launched an attack on Mado village, killing at least 14 people, in the Atiab chieftain of Kaduna state in the north of the country."
According to local media; The authorities suspect that a group of bandits, called "Halelo Kachala", is behind several kidnappings, including that of students, recently.