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Gunmen kidnap 21-year-old girl, kill policeman in Plateau

Unknown gunmen have kidnapped a 21-year-old Hafisat Gambo and killed one Police Officer attached with the Special Task Force (STF) at Corna Soja, in Laranto in Jos North Local Government Area of Plateau State.

Gunmen kill police officer in Plateau

The police in Plateau State have confirmed one officer killed in Corner Soja area of Jos North Local Government Area of the state.

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