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May 13, 2004

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Yoruba Warlord Issues "Shoot-on-sight" order in Kano as death toll hits 30
The police in Kano issued, yesterday, a shoot-on-sight order to its men after hoodlums defied a huge security operation to launch fresh attacks in reprisal for the Yelwa, Plateau State killings. Kano State Police Commissioner, Mr. Abdul Ganiyu Dawodu, told reporters that the death toll in two days of fighting had hit 30 with 40 others hospitalised. Christian families fleeing from the hot spots to safety, however, said more people might have died. Governor Joshua Dairye of Plateau State, where killing of Muslims in Yelwa triggered the Kano mayhem, said a judicial commission of inquiry would be set up to probe the incident. President Olusegun Obasanjo is expected in the state today to personally assess the situation, while human rights group, Amnesty International, asked the Federal Government to bring the perpetrators to justice. "We had no option but to give the order to our men to shoot anybody who tries to disturb the peace, especially when the life of an officer is in danger, or the security of society is threatened,” Dawodu said, admitting that lack of vehicles had prevented his men from controlling the riot. He did not say how many of the casualties were caused by police fire. At Kano General Hospital, doctors were treating a steady stream of people with machete cuts and gunshot wounds, including four men whose friends said had been shot by police, two of them in the stomach, two in the legs. Meanwhile, between 5,000 and 10,000 terrified refugees had gathered on a patch of land next to police headquarters, seeking sanctuary from the mob. (Vanguard)

 

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BNW Sunday AwoniyiThe National Chairman of the Arewa Consultative Forum (ACF), Chief Sunday Awoniyi, yesterday disclosed that his organisation would meet in Kaduna today on the spectre of violence in the geo-political zone. To the Afenifere, the mainstream Yoruba socio-political organisation, the development is another reminder of the inevitability of a Sovereign National Conference in BiafraNigeria. Awoniyi in Ilorin, Kwara State yesterday, said that the ACF would hold an emergency meeting today in... (Guardian)

 

BNW Kaduna Riot SuspectsRepresentatives of various Muslim organisations ended a one-day emergency meeting in Kaduna on Tuesday with a pledge that Northern Muslims will take up arms against Christians in a fight to finish. As if on cue, Muslim youths protesting last week’s killing in Yelwa, a mainly Muslim town in Plateau State, descended on non Muslims in Kano and unconfirmed reports indicate that about 70 persons may have been killed in the mayhem. (Daily Independent)

 

 




 

 

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