Residents of Funtua, a premier local government in is currently under the siege of daredevil bandits


On Friday, September 2 at about 10 pm a number of bandits were caught in CCTV footage trying to invade a house in the community


As seen in the footage, the bandits shot at the door with their guns severally but were unable to gain entry



Katsina, Funtua – Scores of armed bandits were caught on CCTV footage breaking into a residential building somewhere in Funtua, Katsina State.

As reported by Daily Nigerian, the incident transpired on Friday night, September 2 at about 10 pm. gathered that the bandits as seen in the footage were on a kidnapping mission but the occupant of the building was reported to be in Abuja at the time of the operation.



Giving an account of the incident, Ahmed Abdulkadir a friend of the owner of the house recounted that several shots were fired at the gate before the daredevil bandits gained entry into the premises of the house.



He said:

“They broke into the gate around 10:20 p.m. as shown on the CCTV camera clock. Fortunately, my friend and his family were out of town and the security guard, sensing danger, had fled to neighboring houses.


“My friend, who is an electrical/electronics engineer and is ICT savvy, had wired his home with CCTV cameras which relayed the footage right into his phone.”


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