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We Can Invite Foreign Fighters To Destabilise Nigeria- Bandit Leader.

By SportsNews10 | self meida writer
Published 28 days ago - 22744 views

The issue of banditry and terrorism in the country seems to be getting out of hand. It was yesterday reported that Sheikh Gumi met with with bandits in Zamfara State, so as to look for a lasting solution to all the activities of bandits in the state.

Based on that note, it was reported that a bandit leader who goes by the name Kachalla Turji said that his group can call for foreign support, to fight Nigeria and aswell destabilise the country.

HumAngle reported that the leader of the bandit group spoken via a video he shared on Facebook. According to the report, he spoke against the efforts of the government to underestimate the strength of his group after the meeting they had with Abubakar Gumi, on Tuesday.

On the said video, the bandit leader was seen holding machine guns and rifles too. He wore a camouflage fatigue, he reportedly told Gumi that the Nigerian government never kept promises.

Photo Credit Goes To HumAngle.ng

Thousands of people have lost their lives as a result of this insecuriy, and others spent millions of Naira to regain their freedom after being kidnapped.

Both the federal and various state governments should please try and do the needful so as to bring peace back in different parts of the country.

Information Source: HumAngle.ng

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