The commander, who goes by the name Ardon Maganda, was reportedly kidnapped on Monday at around 6:12 p.m. while riding a motorcycle from the village of Janjala to the nearby Maganda village.
According to reports, a Fulani chieftain has been kidnapped in Kaduna State.
Only six days after raiding three towns and kidnapping 37 locals in Kaduna villages, according to Daily Trust, bandits have once more kidnapped a Fulani leader, Alhaji Aliyu Abdullahi, in Maganda village close to Kagarko town in the state.
The abducted leader, who is popularly known as Ardon Maganda, was reportedly abducted on Monday, around 6:12pm while on a motorcycle from Janjala village going back to neighbouring Maganda village.
City & Crime learnt that the victim, who is the leader of Fulani in Kagarko, went to attend a meeting with other village chiefs under Kagarko LGA over recent attacks by bandits in some communities in the area when he was abducted.
A source from Janjala community, simply identified as Ishaq, said, “This morning (Tuesday), someone from Maganda who was coming to Janjala saw Ardo’s motorcycle abandoned by the roadside and suspected that he has been kidnapped,” he said.
He said the victim earlier visited families of some of his kinsmen that were abducted last Wednesday, at a camp near Janjala before he proceeded to attend a meeting in Janjala village.
There was no immediate report from the police in the area on the incident at the time of filing this report.