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Two Teenage Sisters Killed By Stray Bullets Allegedly Fired By Soldiers

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Two Teenage Sisters Killed By Stray Bullets Allegedly Fired By Soldiers

In a sad report, two teenage sisters have lost their lives and this happened after they were hit by stray bullets.

A report by the Daily Trust indicated that the bullets were allegedly fired by soldiers at a market in Kidenda village, Kaduna State.

The two deceased persons were identified as 16-year-old, Nurayn, and 11-year-old, Khadija and the soldiers fired the bullets during a misunderstanding that occurred between them and some men.

The report indicated that the soldiers were moving around the market in their car when they saw some strange men sitting on motorcycles and upon seeing these men, they confronted them.

This resulted in the village folks running for their lives after hearing gunshots and in the process, some of the bullets hit the two sisters resulting in their death.

The report quoted the elder brother of the two sisters saying;

“Even if they (soldiers) aimed at the Fulani they saw at the market, why will they shoot into the crowd? My sisters were trying to run back home because the market was at the outskirt of the village when they were h!t by bullets.

As we speak the soldiers didn’t even visit our parents to condole us for their action, only the police did. We need justice because you can’t kill innocent girls just like that and leave.”

Source: www.ghgossip.com

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