The Youth Leader of Kallah Community in Kajuru Council of Kaduna State, Samaila Danjuma, has alleged that the locals have knowledge of those who attacked them on May 19, 2020, where not fewer than 14 communities were displaced with many people killed and properties destroyed.
The Youth Leader stated this when the leadership of the southern Kaduna Peoples Union, SOKAPU, led by its President, Honourable Jonathan Asake took delivery of relief materials to the displaced people at LEA Primary School, Kallah, recently.
While making his remarks, Asake called on kaduna State government to pay urgent attention to the plight of the displaced communities, he expressed displeasure, saying, government was yet to take the affected people from the dehumanizing conditions they found themselves as a major step towards restoring security for the people’s safe return to their communities.
SOKAPU President went further to say, “we would not rest on our oars until justice is given to the victims of the recurring attacks.”
The SOKAPU delegation also visited injured people at the Rural Hospital, Zonkwa, Zango Kataf Council, where 15 people who suffered gun shots by security operatives following the Bakin Kogi, Zango Kataf uprising, last Wednesday, were receiving treatment. After which they donated money to upset their treatment.