Slain Soldiers Wives Protest Aggressively in Kebbi
Sequel to the pathetic killing of their husbands in Zamfara state, the wives of the slain soldiers took to the street to express their grievances. The protest took place in Kebbi state
It will be recalled that some suspected bandits eliminated some soldiers during the exchange of gunfire in Zamfara state.
Also, the terrorists killed about 63 members of the vigilante group known as Yan-Sa-Kai the previous days.
However, angered by the development, wives of the soldiers who paid the supreme price decided to show their grievances by stagging a protest; the women occupied the military bar of Zuru town, along Kontagora road.
The women who were mostly in black attire blocked the road, stopping vehicular movement. The commander of the military Barrack was also denied access on the road.
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