Among those killed is Alhaji T.K a notorious kidnapper who controls over 200 bandits operating in a forest stretching from Birnin Gwari, Sabuwa, Faskari, Danmusa, Jibiya, and Niger Republic.
Insider source said the 11 kidnappers died after been hit by a sickness suspected to be Yellow Fever.
One of the kidnappers died together with his wife and two children.
Rabe Kabir, a resident of Kaiga community told a journalist that the kidnappers were certified dead in just one week.
Although medical personnel said they may have died of Yello Fever, Kabir said they died as a result of the community prayers against their activities.
This newspaper learned that community residents went into celebration as soon as they got the news of the kidnappers’ death.
Alhaji T.K killed by Yellow Fever was instrumental to the negotiation among the Zamfara and Katsina State governments and has vowed not to surrender and leave banditry.
A vow death has ended.
His house was built and equipped by the immediate past Zamfara state government, this newspaper learned.
An inside source in the community also disclosed that the state government built a hospital for Alhaji T.K.
The deceased, Mr. Alhaji T.K. purchased a G3 gun with 11 hand grenades and took delivery of them before he died of Yellow Fever days ago.