Another Fresh Attack in Rayfield, Jos leaves 3 seriously injured

According to reports circulating, indicates that, yesterday Sept 6th 2018, three people sustained injuries from a fresh gun attack on a Rayfield suburb close to Rayfield resort.

The community which has been identified as “Gut” was said to have been attacked at 11pm yesterday, when gunmen numbering 6 invaded the village, opening fire on residents.

In the attack the son of the community leader, Mr Gyang Raphael and two other residents of the village Mr Nyam Mado and Mrs Kaneng Gyang (who had earlier buried one of her relatives from a prior Rayfield-Latya attack) were said to have sustained critical injuries.

Speaking one of the injured people, Mr Mado confirmed to newsmen that the attackers opened fire once Mr. Gyang Raphael sighted them and raised an alarm.

Father to the injured Nyam Mado (and a community leader of the village), Mr Samuel Mado confirmed that on hearing gunshots, people of the community trooped out to confront by attackers but that they fled immediately.

A few eyewitnesses who spoke to journalists confirmed that the attackers may have parked their vehicle close to a house in the area, prior to commencing their attack.

This signals a change of strategy for the killing brigade on the Plateau. It would be recalled that just last week the very first driver-by shooting/ambush was stage in Rayfield -where 11 people were felled by the bullets of the marauders.

Yesterday’s attack appears to confirm fears that the initial attack of last week was simply a pilot-test of a new strategy to commence a massive onslaught on inner city areas.

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