A former presidential aspirant, Adamu Garba has this evening spoken. This time around he decided to speak as it regards to the activities of banditry in Nigeria and a way to bring banditry to an end in Nigeria.
According to a tweet he made earlier today, he made it known that the best way to bring banditry issues to an end is to copy from the Niger Delta template, by rehabilitating them, train and the reintegrate them into the society.
He went on and made it clear that they need to be taken away from the forests, similar to the way Niger Delta Militants were taken away from the creeks. According to him, their cattles have been rustled, their main and only means of livelihood.
The full tweet could be seen below here.
Nevertheless, he might have made an important point here, but the main question we must ask here is to know what they are fighting for. As for for the Niger Delta Militants, we all know what they were fighting for then, and they never went after their own people. But as for these bandits, no one knows what they are fighting for.
What is your own take on what this young man has just said here. You can drop your comments below here.
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