IP- Gunmen storm three villages in northwestern Nigeria, killing at least 48 residents.

Iran PressAfrica: Nigeria has seen bloody attacks in recent years. The attacks began in the north of the country and then spread to other parts of Nigeria.

 "A total of 48 people were killed by the gangs in the three villages of Demri, Soap Garin and Kolahi, which were attacked on Friday afternoon," said Amino Suleiman, an administrative official in Bakura province, who confirmed the casualties reported by a resident.

Northwestern and central Nigeria have been under constant attack by armed and criminal groups over the past few years, with villages raiding, killing, kidnapping, extorting, and looting people's property.

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