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Six feared dead as bandits, vigilante clash in Zamfara

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Six bandits have died in another clash between them and members of a vigilante group in Zamfara state. The clash occurred near Yan Waren Daji of Tsafe Local Government. An eyewitness and resident of the village, Alhaji Musa Daji, who spoke to journalists on Friday said many residents are now fleeing to Tsafe, the headquarters […]

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