Seventeen days after they were shot by soldiers attached to a military task force, Operation Safe Haven, three residents of Sopp community, in the Riyom Local Government Area of Plateau State, are still battling to survive gunshot injuries inflicted on them.
Residents of the area said the Nigerian Army abandoned the victims in hospitals.
The victims are Danjuma Kazi, his son, Irimiya, and a 17-year-old girl, Simi Danladi.
It had been reported that the soldiers had engaged two residents – James Audu and Jacob Musa – to bail out dirty water from a well near their checkpoint in the neighbourhood. Read more