Recently, it was revealed that the governor of Zamfara state has promised to give two cows to any bandit who surrender and submit his gun to the government. This brings about different reactions from Nigerians, many were against the act for no singe valid reason.
Here, i would be stating reasons why giving these people cows will help in reducing banditry and terrorism across the country. If we consider the level of poverty in the country especially in the rural areas, we all know that most of these people did not get the opportunity to be educated, so they can be easily manipulated and be corrupted to engage in such act.
So, if the government will support them by giving them cows, it can really help in reducing banditry, it will make them to be financially stable and raring the cows will keep them busy. Other governors should also learn from him so that they will help in ending banditry in the country.
What is your view on this? kindly express your opinion in the comment section below. Thank you
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