A Jos based Human Rights Organization, Stefanos Foundation, has disclosed that there were 217 attacks between January and April, 2023 from 34 states in Nigeria
The Non-Governmental Organisation said the attacks resulted in the killing of 1,872 persons, 714 abductions, and 65 persons sustained various degrees of injuries.
The Advocacy Manager at Stefanos Foundation, Fatima Njoku made this known during a joint press briefing in Abuja on Thursday.
“From eyewitness reports and testimonies of direct victims across board, we can say that the attacks are carried out in literally the same style, with attackers dressed in similar fashion and victims with similar profiles,” she said.
She also said that the new administration had come in at a time when the security of lives and property, which is the primary purpose of government.