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13 Killed In Nigerian School Attack In Damaga

At least 13 people have been killed after gunmen attack a school in Damaga, Nigeria.

Empty beds in a secondary school at Zamfara estate after gunmen attack
Empty beds in a secondary school at Zamfara estate after gunmen attack

KDRTV has confirmed reports from Nigeria saying the gunmen have killed at least 13 people in a school attack in the north-western state of Zamfara.

According to the people of Damaga, dozens of armed men arrived on motorbikes and opened fire.

The gunmen also stole cattle.

In a previous attack on Zamfara estate, 300 girls were abducted from the state and later released after the government negotiated with the bandits

READ ALSO: 316 Students Abducted By Gunmen In Nigeria

However, the government said it did not pay ramson to the gunmen.

KDRTV notes that kidnappings and killings are increasing in North-western Nigeria

According to reports by authorities a Kaduna state, about 2000 people in the state were killed or kidnapped by criminal gangs last year.

Nigeria has since shut down all public secondary schools to allow for risk assessment.

The government of Nigeria has been in the limelight for denying the report of paying ramson, while many believe it does.

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