Breaking: Angry youths took to street to protest against insecurity in Sabuwa, Katsina
Some angry youths in Sabuwa Local Government Area of Katsina State has today took to the streets to protest against rising insecurity in the town, Katsina Post learned.
The youths, according to Katsina Post findings, carrying sticks toured some of the major streets of the town before proceeding to the district head of Sabuwa’s home protesting.
One of the resident of the town who spoke with Katsina Post said that the protest is triggered by incessant attacks of kidnapping, banditry and killings by armed bandits in the town largely with no resistance from the security officials.
“Some bandits came to Sabuwa last two weeks and abducted one well-to-do individual with his two children and he was able to escaped recently only for the bandits to come back to his house again trying to gain entrance to his home – all with no resistance from the security personnel.
“When the residents summoned courage to repel the attack, the bandits took cover outside the town and began shooting sporadically killing our brother, Shamsu Sule,” he said.
He further said that in the morning after the late body of the deceased was buried according to Islamic injunctions, the angry youths took to the streets to protest against the rising insecurity in the town.
However, Police in Katsina are yet to issue statement to that regards but it could be recall that the police have been achieving success in their fight against banditry and other heinous crimes in Katsina State.