Nasir El-Rufai, the governor of Kaduna state has made his opinion known once again regarding Bandits and their evil operations in The state.
Speaking during an interview tonight with Seun Otunbaloye during his program, Sunday Politics on Channels Television, which was monitored live, he said he does not think anybody involved in banditry deserves to live.
Speaking further, he reiterated that any of the bandits wreaking havoc in the state will most likely "end up dead."
El-Rufai has perhaps been the only governor in Nigeria who has openly expressed his reluctance to enter into any form of negotiation with either Bandits or herdsmen who have taken up arms against the people and been involved in kidnapping and other vices which have increased the insecurity situation in the country.
He as well Saud he believes that the bandits and their leaders have intentionally intensified their operations in the state because he has refused to "give them any penny of taxpayers' money."
As regarding the solution, he mentioned that there is a need to intensify military operation in the air and ground to "wipe all of them out."
"we do not think any Bandit Deserves to Live," he concluded.
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