Security Operatives killed four youths and injured three in Bokkos Local Council who were protesting against the murder of their traditional ruler, the Saf Ron Kulere, Lazarus Agai and three of his family members who were allegedly shot to death by suspected Fulani Herdsmen.
The State Government placed the Bokko Local Council communities under a 24-hour curfew in order to prevent an escalation of the crisis.
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Men of the Nigerian Army, attached to the Special Task Force on Jos Crisis were indicted
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