Reports reaching us indicate the town of Saminaka, Lere Local Government Area in
Kaduna state, has been shaken by a series of explosions and shooting.
The incidents took place Thursday night, and continued till early hours of Friday, September 2013.
It is alleged that the trouble was caused either by insurgents, or by armed robbers who had set two commercial banks in the area as their primary target.
The town of Saminaka shares borders with the states of Bauchi, Plateau and Kano. Because it is a woodland, the area is said to serve as a safe haven for terrorists, as
well as a secure path for criminals who cross to southern Kaduna from northern Nigeria.
Reliable sources disclosed that soldiers have been sent to Saminaka to fight the attackers.
Source: Sahara Reporters
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