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The Forum for Development and Human Rights Dialogue (FDHRD) condemns the armed attack in Kaduna state, northern Nigeria

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Today, Tuesday, December 20, 2022, the FDHRD condemned the attacks that occurred yesterday, December 19, which was carried out by armed men in Kaduna State, northern Nigeria, killing at least 37 people.
Some armed men carried out two separate attacks in the Kaura district of Kaduna State, northern Nigeria. They set fire to more than 100 houses and a number of cars in the villages of Malagum and Sakung.
It is important to note that the state of Kaduna is among the most affected states by armed groups and bandits. They have been active for years in the northwest and center of the country, stealing livestock, kidnapping residents for ransom and looting food.
Besides, condemning the attack that took place yesterday, the FDHRD also urges the Nigerian President and government to carry out their natural duties in protecting citizens by confronting and eliminating these armed groups and protecting the right to life and personal security of their citizens.

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