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PostSubject: Soldiers on revenge kill 30 in Plateau villages   Sun 03 May 2015, 6:11 am

No fewer than 30 people were
killed as soldiers invaded Kadarko,
Kurmi and Wadata villages of Wase
local government area of Plateau
following the alleged killing of four
soldiers by some unknown persons.
The house of the traditional ruler of
the Kadarko, Ponhzi Kadarko, Chief
Lot Nde, was also said to have been
torched.
Our correspondent gathered that
the soldiers who arrived the
villages in over 40 trucks were in
revenge mission over the alleged
killing of their colleagues at
Angwan Nanmi in Karin Lamido
Local Government Area of Taraba
State.
Executive Director of Stefanos
Foundation, Mr. Mark Lipdo, quoting
sources from the village told our
correspondent that the soldiers
arrived and opened fire on
innocent people and burnt houses.
Lipdo said, “ Information says
soldiers in over 40 trucks arrived
Kadarko, Kurmi and Wadata of Wase
LGA in Plateau State today
(Saturday) following report of
alleged killing of four soldiers at
Angwan Nanmi, Karin Lamido LGA of
Taraba State. According to
residents, the soldiers arrived and
opened fire on innocent people,
burning houses. It is not clear why
soldiers would open fire on the
people they are supposed to
defend.’’
He added, “Sources speculate that
it is in retaliation for the killings of
their colleagues. Others denied
this, moreso that two of the four
soldiers killed were even Tarohs
from the area. Villagers would
rather believe it is a deliberate
plan by the outgoing governor to
intimidate their area, following the
overwhelming votes from the area
that changed the results of last
election.”
Spokesman for the Special Task
Force, Capt. Ikedichi Iweha while
reacting to the allegation, said
there was no truth in the claim that
its members attacked anybody.
He said that the operation was
meant to check gunmen who had
been terrorising residents and
security personnel in the area.
According to him, following
frequent attacks on communities
around the Plateau-Taraba border
by some militiamen, the STF and
soldiers from the 3 Armoured
Division of the Nigerian Army had
been carrying out operations
targeted at flushing out the
militiamen, and that soldiers who
were working to protect innocent
civilians could not turn around to
kill the same people.
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PostSubject: Re: Soldiers on revenge kill 30 in Plateau villages   Sun 03 May 2015, 6:13 am

@eddyvic wrote:
No fewer than 30 people were
killed as soldiers invaded Kadarko,
Kurmi and Wadata villages of Wase
local government area of Plateau
following the alleged killing of four
soldiers by some unknown persons.
The house of the traditional ruler of
the Kadarko, Ponhzi Kadarko, Chief
Lot Nde, was also said to have been
torched.
Our correspondent gathered that
the soldiers who arrived the
villages in over 40 trucks were in
revenge mission over the alleged
killing of their colleagues at
Angwan Nanmi in Karin Lamido
Local Government Area of Taraba
State.
Executive Director of Stefanos
Foundation, Mr. Mark Lipdo, quoting
sources from the village told our
correspondent that the soldiers
arrived and opened fire on
innocent people and burnt houses.
Lipdo said, “ Information says
soldiers in over 40 trucks arrived
Kadarko, Kurmi and Wadata of Wase
LGA in Plateau State today
(Saturday) following report of
alleged killing of four soldiers at
Angwan Nanmi, Karin Lamido LGA of
Taraba State. According to
residents, the soldiers arrived and
opened fire on innocent people,
burning houses. It is not clear why
soldiers would open fire on the
people they are supposed to
defend.’’
He added, “Sources speculate that
it is in retaliation for the killings of
their colleagues. Others denied
this, moreso that two of the four
soldiers killed were even Tarohs
from the area. Villagers would
rather believe it is a deliberate
plan by the outgoing governor to
intimidate their area, following the
overwhelming votes from the area
that changed the results of last
election.”
Spokesman for the Special Task
Force, Capt. Ikedichi Iweha while
reacting to the allegation, said
there was no truth in the claim that
its members attacked anybody.
He said that the operation was
meant to check gunmen who had
been terrorising residents and
security personnel in the area.
According to him, following
frequent attacks on communities
around the Plateau-Taraba border
by some militiamen, the STF and
soldiers from the 3 Armoured
Division of the Nigerian Army had
been carrying out operations
targeted at flushing out the
militiamen, and that soldiers who
were working to protect innocent
civilians could not turn around to
kill the same people.
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PostSubject: Re: Soldiers on revenge kill 30 in Plateau villages   Sun 03 May 2015, 7:09 am

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