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Fact Check Bandits forest Video: Video of the kidnapping in the forest, here is what we know about it

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Fact Check Bandits forest Video: Video of the kidnapping in the forest, here is what we know about it

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Not everything we see is real. This is especially true today because fake video or fake news is rife.

As a result, Topnewstv has been relentless in its pursuit of the status quo to determine whether or not it really happened.

This is the latest video from a video of a drone strike taking place in a jungle.

People are sharing the video and captioning the abduction in Nigeria.

What does this picture show?

In this photo, we find about five people wearing red helmets and carrying an A-K47 rifle.

So we saw some of them put out the fire where they were burning.

In this video we also see livestock such as cattle and sheep.

We did not hear anything in this video so we could not say what language the people in it were speaking but it was clear that they were laughing when they looked up and saw a rooster taking a picture of them.

There are specific views in the video

Among the findings of our study were the style of dress worn by the people in the video and the country where they wore the dress.

According to the study, people in the Pokot, Samburu, Baringo and Turkana areas of western Kenya wear this type of clothing.

We also find that people in this area are exposed to frequent attacks.

If these clothes are compared to the kidnappers or robbers of Nigeria, they are not together.

The reason is that Nigerian kidnappers often wear military-style uniforms and wear black helmets.

The gunmen in this video are not wearing any clothes and are still wearing hats.

What is the origin of this video?

The video was first posted on Facebook on April 3, 2022.

A Kenyan security firm, known as the Victory Security Africa Group, represented the group with the caption “Launched robbers photographed in Laikipia”.

Laikipia is a region in Kenya

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Another color on the internet in Kenya started sharing this video with various headlines

Even a Nigerian politician by the name of Jackson Ude shared the video on Twitter and wrote that it contained Fulani rioters photographing their ambush.

It does not mention the forest in which this photo was taken but people watched the video about 10,000 times.

He has since retrieved the video and apologized for sharing this free news.

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Another Nigerian politician by the name of Joe Igbokwe posted this on his widow’s Facebook page and was photographed in a jungle in Nigeria.

He also said that the men in it were kidnappers who were kidnapping people.

There may have been three thousand times that people watched this shared video. Millions of people have also shared in the campaign.

 

 

 

Recently, Kaduna State Governor Nasir El Rufai said the Nigerian authorities knew the whereabouts of the robbers but the military refused to take action against them.

He said they were afraid of killing people in their camp.

 

 

 

 

Last week hijackers attacked a train in Kaduna carrying up to 300 passengers.

Eight people were killed and tens of thousands were abducted on a train bound for Kaduna from the Nigerian capital, Abuja.

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