Governor Bello Matawalle of Zamfara State, on Sunday, communicated shock over the killing of 13 cops by speculated bandits.
The cops were gunned down at a versatile camp in Kurar Mota people group, in Bagudu Local Government Area of Zamfara State.
Matawelle’s response was contained in a proclamation by Director-General, Media, Public Enlightenment and Communications, Government House, Gusau, Malam Yusuf Idris.
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The explanation said the lead representative communicated “obliteration” when he visited 7 harmed police officers who were getting treatment at the Yariman Bakura Specialist Hospital in Gusau.
The articulation read, “It was on receipt of the information on the deplorable occurrence that the lead representative promptly raced to the medical clinic to feel for those as of now getting therapy at the facility.
“While bemoaning the assault, Matawalle vowed to join forces with other security organizations in the state to find the aggressors and every one of their backers and partners with the end goal of carrying them to justice.
“The cops were trapped at a portable police camp set up as a feature of the actions taken by the public authority to battle outlaws in the state.”
The lead representative, who was profoundly crushed by the miserable episode, said the soldiers were excelling at the conflict front and had discounted the quantity of the psychological oppressors in the area.
Meanwhile, the State Police Command had affirmed the killing of the 13 faculties with seven others harmed by the attackers.
The order’s Public Relations Officer (PPRO), SP Mohammed Shehu, gave the affirmation in a different proclamation gave on Sunday.
Shehu said, “The assault happened on Sunday at about 1230hrs when Police Mobile agents conveyed at Kurar Mota Village were reacting to a trouble call concerning an endeavor by the scoundrels to assault some close by communities.
“Unfortunately, thirteen faculty addressed the preeminent cost. Be that as it may, the outlaws on their part endured weighty casualties.”