What happened Zangon Kataf?

No fewer than 11 persons have been confirmed killed and several other left with bullet wounds when gunmen launched an attack on two communities of Kurmin Masara area of Zangon Kataf local government area in Kaduna State.

Who is the chairman of Zango Kataf?

Zangon Kataf

Zangon Kataf Nietcen-A̱fakan Maba̱ta̱do
Headquarters Zonkwa
• Type Democracy
• Chairman Dr. Elias Manza

How many local govt are there in Kaduna State?

Soba LGA of Kaduna State among the 23 Local Government Councils in the Kaduna State and is in the town of Maigama consisting other communities of Saba Town, Turawa, Richifa, Rahama, Dan Wata, Garun Gwanki, Gimba, Kinkiba, Kwassallo, Maigana and Gamagira.

Where is Zangon Kataf local government?

southern Kaduna State, Nigeria
Zangon Kataf is a Local Government Area in southern Kaduna State, Nigeria. Its headquarters is in the town of Zonkwa. It is also a name of a town in the chiefdom of the Atyap. Other towns include: Batadon, Cenkwon, Kamantan and Kamuru.

Who is General Zamani Lekwot?

Zamani Lekwot (born July 19, 1940) is a retired Nigerian Army major general who served as the military governor of Rivers State, Nigeria from July 1975 until July 1978 during the military administrations of Generals Murtala Muhammed and Olusegun Obasanjo. Lekwot is an Atyap, born in Kaduna State in 1944.

What is the history of bajju?

History has it that the Bajju people migrated from Zamfara to Bauchi, then Jos. They moved and settled in Dibiyi/Kurmin Bi, in the Zonkwa chiefdom of what is present Zangon Kataf Local Government of Kaduna state. Now they can be found in other LGAs in Kaduna state such as Jemaa and Kachia.

What is Kaduna known for?

Since the late 1950s, Kaduna has become a major industrial, commercial, and financial centre for the northern states of Nigeria. It has a branch of the Nigerian Stock Exchange. Most industries are grouped south of the Kaduna River near the main railway junction.

What does Bajju people call God?

Though predominantly Christians today, the Bajju worshipped a god called Abvoi, with the Gado Abvoi the high priest. The Magajin Abvoi is the one who translates the messages of Abvoi to the people.