The Southern Kaduna Peoples Union, SOKAPU has insisted that about 60 persons are still missing after recent attacks on 15 communities of Kajuru by herdsmen, urging authorities to recover decomposed bodies.
The group, not satisfied with the way the police and the State Government were handling the attacks and killings in Kajuru, called on the authorities to trace the location of the 60 people or recover the decaying corpses for proper burial.
SOKAPU National President Jonathan Asake, in a statement in Kaduna, criticized the Police and the state government for their failure to curtail the genocide by armed herders in Southern Kaduna.
Asake, who led leaders of SOKAPU and Adara Development Association, ADA to deliver food and religions materials to Internally Displaced Persons, IDPs noted that the people have been displaced from their various communities into this primary school, in Rimo, Kajuru Council.
It would be recalled that the Kaduna state Police Command had refuted any fresh attack in Kajuru, warning against the spread of fake news.