No fewer than 27 persons reportedly killed in 25 hours in Plateau state.

Hell could not have been hotter than in Plateau State where over 25 persons were reported murdered by blood-baying terrorists and dare-devil cattle herders last weekend.

According to reports, the fatalities were recorded during vicious attacks by suspected Fulani militia as well as clash between local vigilantes and armed bandits.

Eighteen people were reported killed during a clash between a vigilante group and bandits in Bangalala town, Wase Local Government area of the state.

The mayhem continued on Sunday when suspected Fulani militia attacked  the Danda Chugwi community in Jos South, leaving  seven people dead, and many injured.

Confirming the incident to journalists, yesterday, the

National Publicity Secretary of Berom Youth Moulders Association, Mr. Rwang Tengwong, confirmed the incidents to journalists on Monday, disclosing that the Danda Chugwi killings came barely 24 hours after 18 persons Wase mayhem.

However, reports said the local vigilantes successfully neutralised the 16 bandits but lost two of their members tin the ferocious battle.

The reports further revealed that the bandits had earlier taken over the town after threatening its people to leave. The bandits, however, met their waterloo when the vigilantes mobilised and engaged them in fierce gun battle.

But the vigilante’s action didn’t seem to go well with the police command in the state, who were reportedly angry that they did not consult any security agency before confronting the bandits.the Plateau State Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), DSP Alfred Alabo, as asserting that the vigilantes might have unintentionally committed murder during the armed confrontation with the bandits.

The Plateau State Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), DSP Alfred Alabo, as asserting that the vigilantes might have unintentionally committed murder during the armed confrontation with the bandits.

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