Mixed Reactions As Bandits Surrender Arms In Zamfara Hours Before Abduction Of School Girls
By Euphoric | self meida writer
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Report just reaching us has confirmed the surrendering of arms by repentant bandits in Zamfara State. The bandits surrendered their weapons on the 25th of February 2021, hours before about 300 school girls were abducted by gunmen in the State.
According to AIT, the bandits were led by Mohammed Sani, the son of the late notorious bandit leader, Buhari Daji. This came after a peace deal between Government and bandits in the state.
This information has sparked mixed reactions from members of the public.
Recall that popular Muslim Cleric, Sheikh Gumi has been standing as a mediator between Government and bandits.
The Governor of Zamfara state, Bello Matawalle has also urged other clerics to continue preaching to bandits to stop their evil ways.
Though the surrendering of arms by bandits is a welcome development, the question many Nigerians are asking is!
Why the abduction of school girls, if the bandits are really surrendering?
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