38 people feared drowned in Bauchi boat mishap

By AdvocateNews on 08/10/2019

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No fewer than 38 people have been feared drowned in River Kirfi in Kirfi Local Government Area of Bauchi State.

This was disclosed to journalists by the Chairman, Caretaker Committee of Kirfi Local Government, Alhaji Bappa, Abdu Bara Danmalikin Bara.

“I want to commiserate with the people of Kirfi, Bauchi State and Nigeria as a whole over the loss of our brothers on their way to their farms,” he said.

“They boarded a canoe – 40 other them on Monday October7, 2019, and unfortunately 38 of them were drowned. Only two persons survived.

“We discovered only two dead bodies along Badara when we conducted a search and rescue operation. Local experts searched the water ways but unfortunately we didn’t recover any more bodies of the victims. We suspect all of them drowned.”

Bara prayed to God to forgive the misdeeds of the deceased.

Posted 08/10/2019 10:19:50 AM

 

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