The Nigerian Army has taken responsibility for Sunday’s Air Strike that left many killed and several others injured at Tudun Biri village in Kaduna State.
This was confirmed by Samuel Aruwan, the Kaduna State Commissioner for Internal Security and Home Affairs at the end of an emergency security meeting on Monday.
It would be recalled that several villagers were harmed after an unmanned aerial vehicle bombed some parts of the community, killing several individuals.
According to Aruwan, the bombing was unintended and unfortunate, explaining that the troops of the Nigerian Army were on a routine mission against terrorists in the area, accidentally affecting members of the community.
He also disclosed that search and rescue operations are still ongoing, while those who were injured have been rushed to the Barau Dikko teaching hospital for treatment.