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  • Updated: December 06, 2023

Tragic aerial strike causes anger, outrage in north

Tragic aerial strike causes anger, outrage in north

Outrage and anger have engulfed the North after the Sunday night bombing of peaceful residents at Tudin biri, Igabi local government, Kaduna state.

Over 85 persons, mostly women and children were found dead  in a drone attack that the Nigerian military described as a mistake.

In some gory videos making the rounds, the bodies were littered the grounds.

Some bodies were charred in an attack that is the 10th of its kind on unsuspecting Northern residents in two years.

Retired Captain Bakoji is the Nigerian overseer of International Human Right Commission, he said the bomb was completely avoidable.

He also called for a thorough investigation into the tragedy. 

The retired Captain also sought the support of journalists and statesmen in ensuring justice is served.

Speaking today in Kano, the youth wing of Tijjaniya, through its Secretary, Kabir Mansur described the bombing as most unfortunate.

The group called for a detailed investigation and called for the "punishment of the soldiers that erred."

Also speaking, embattled Presidential Candidate of the New Nigeria Peoples Party, Senator Rabi'u Musa Kwankwaso said “This incidence of ‘mistaken’ airstrike, is another gory episode of security agencies leaving unintended harm to the poor masses they should protect in the country.

“The concerned authorities need to approach this with all sincerity and determination to ensuring justice is done, and any future occurrence is avoided."

Nasir Isa, is a security analyst in Kano. He told AllNews.ng that a mistake like this will throw Nigerians in doubt of if government is really serious about protecting them.

He said the North happens to be the only region in Nigeria which such mistakes happen.

Isa attributed the attack on corruption amongst the military's upper ranks, thus the inability to control the lower one.

He called on the military and the Nigerian government to reassure Nigerians on their safety.


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