The three abducted women were identified as Hauwa Musa, Zainab Musa and Sa’adatu Adamu.
Terrorists on Sunday night returned to Anguwar Tudun Fulani in Yangoji village, Kwali Area Council of the Federal Capital Territory, and abducted three women.
This comes barely two months after bandits invaded the area and abducted the wife and three children of the herders’ chief.
According to Daily Trust, the three abducted women were identified as Hauwa Musa, Zainab Musa and Sa’adatu Adamu.
The Mai-Anguwa of Tudun Fulani, Alhaji Aliyu Abubakar, confirmed the latest abduction on Monday morning.
He said the bandits came around 11 pm and started shooting before forcibly taking the three women with them.
Abubakar said the gunmen shattered the windows and front door of one of the houses and whisked away two of the women.
“After that, they moved to the next house and abducted another woman before leaving the community,” he said.
It was learnt that the husbands of the abducted women were out of the community when the incident happened.
The Mai-Anguwa, who was visibly disturbed, said the latest attack was the third in the area since January this year, adding that some of his kinsmen have been relocating from the community.
“I have summoned several meetings to see how we can engage the services of vigilantes, but my people are not cooperating,” he said.
The spokeswoman for the FCT Police Command, DSP Adeh Josephine, did not answer calls or reply to a text message sent to her regarding the latest kidnap incident.