The Barkin Ruwan bypass villagers in Kaduna State have same that there was tension on Tuesday morning throughout the procession by Shiitte members because the 3 people killed were hoodlums attempting to require advantage of the procession.

The village head of the Barkin Ruwa community, Alhaji Idris Abdullahi same the procession was peaceful, till hoodlums tried to require advantage and were shot by the police.

He same members of the cluster came out as early as half-dozen.30 am Tuesday morning and have in agreement to carry the procession for simply 30 minutes because of the delicate security within the state, however hoodlums took advantage of the procession.

Already, matters is calm as everyone seems to be going regarding their traditional businesses at at the time our newsman visited the community.

It was earlier according (not NETMEDIA) within the day that three Shiites members were allegedly killed by police throughout procession.
But the police denied the alleged killings, noting that the cluster was creating up stories to win public sympathy.

The force through its spokesperson of the Kaduna police command, Yakubu Sabo, disclosed, “Based on the report we’ve got, there was no casualty. we have a tendency to received a report that they were seeing around Bakin Ruwa bypass, and our men went there and distributed them professionally,” he said.

”That has been their (IMN) approach to create dizzy claims. this can be a bunch that has been verboten by the state and central. The police won’t fold its arms; we have a tendency to distributed them professionally. There was no report of casualty. they’re simply creating this claim to hunt public sympathy.”

Recall that the military officer of Police, adult male Mohammad Adamu had in an exceedingly statement yesterday ordered the Commissioners of Police altogether the states of the federation and also the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) to avert any planned procession and/or disruption of public peace by IMN members.

He equally directed all superordinate Assistant Inspectors General of Police to place in situ concrete measures to stop the procession.