Survivors bury over 40 victims killed during terrorist attack in Kaduna [video]

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Residents of the Malagum and Sokwong communities, Kaura Local Government Area of Kaduna State, have buried some of their friends and families following attacks by terrorists.

Members of the communities gathered to bury their loved ones amidst tears and called for the government to bring Justice to the perpetrators of the massacre on Sunday by a suspected militia group.

Hundreds of people who gathered for the funeral service including relations, religious leaders, and politicians called on the government and security agencies to stop the attacks before they are completely wiped out.

During the funeral service, church authorities denounced the attack, maintaining that the government must do more to protect citizens.


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