That the NigerIan Military has been waging a fight-to-finish war against the heavily armed bandits that have neen terrorising both of the North-Western and North-Eastern NigerIa, especially in Zamfara, is no longer a new development. It is of note that in the build up to the above-mentioned war in Zamfara State that has come to become the hub of banditry in the country, certain activities were put on hold.
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(Photos Credit: Google) Police rescue Zamfara Speaker’s family members, 11 others The Police Command in Zamfara on Saturday announced the rescue of five family members of Zamfara Assembly Speaker, Nasiru Ma’azu Magarya, abducted by bandits on Aug. 5. (Photos Credit: Vanguard)
It is no longer news that the Zamfara State Police Command has arrested a notorious bandit kingpin, Bello Rugga in the Gummi Local Government Area of the state. The Zamfara Commissioner of Police, Ayuba Elkanah, who made this known today in Gusau, Zamfara State capital disclosed that the alleged kingpin was arrested alongside 21 other suspected bandits and their collaborators.
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For the first time, the Zamfara State Government under the leadership of governor Bello Matawalle declared that no more dialogue with bandits/kidnappers. Recall that months ago, governor Bello has been in negotiations with bandits who stormed the Zamfara State government and surrendered their arms. Some of the repentant bandits were reported to have gone back to the forests to resume their operations.
Bandits capture Nigerian military base, kill 12 soldiers Photo Credit: People's Gazette Armed bandits have overrun a Nigerian military base in Zamfara, Peoples Gazette has learnt, marking a major setback in the campaign to curb violent crimes across the state. The bandits struck a forward operating base in Mutumji, Dansadau, about 80 kilometres south of the capital Gusau, at about 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, The Gazette learnt from military sources.
Armed bandits have taken over a military camp in Zamfara, according to Peoples Gazette, marking a huge defeat in the fight against violent crime in the state. According to military sources, the bandits attacked an operating base in Mutumji, Dansadau, about 80 kilometers south of the state capital, Gusau, at about 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, September 11, 2021.
About 12 security agents have been reportedly killed in a latest attack by armed bandits on a Nigerian military base in Zamfara. This happened following claims by the Federal Government that it has started military offensive against the bandits. Governor Bello Matawalle had also stated that war has been declared on the bandits, adding that there is no more room for dialogue.
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(Photos Credit: Google) Kidnapped Zamfara students regain freedom Birnin Kebbi—The kidnapped students of Government Day Secondary School, Kaya in Maradun Local Government Area of Zamfara State regained their freedom after 13 days in captivity. (Photos Credit: Vanguard) After being released by their abductors, the students were received by Governor Bello Matawalle in Gusau, on Sunday.Gunmen, believed to be bandits, had abducted the students from the school late in the night of September 1.
During a raid in the Gummi Local Government Area of Zamfara, the state's police command apprehended a prominent bandits commander, Bello Rugga, and neutralized five others. On Saturday in Gusau, Mr . Ayuba Elkanah, the Commissioner of Police, revealed the information while arraigning the kingpin alongside 21 other suspected bandits and their accomplices.
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(Photo Credit: Daily Post Nigeria) According to a report, gathered from peoples gazette, bandits in Zamfara State, on Saturday, tried to overrun a military base in the state. The bandits attacked the forward operating base in Mutumji, Dansadau, which is about 80 kilometers south of the capital Gusau.
Governor Bello Mattawale of Zamafara State recently revealed that the amnesty window for armed bandits operating in the state has closed, as such, that he's no longer interested in dialoguing with group. He assured residents of the state that the armed group will be flushed out of the state soon.
According to report, armed bandits have overrun a Nigerian military base in Zamfara State, northern part of Nigeria. Photo Credit: Peoples Gazette Report revealed that the bandits struck a forward operating base in Mutumji, Dansadau, about 80 kilometres south of the capital Gusau, at about 10:30 a.m. on Saturday.
After the Nigerian Communication Commission (NCC) suspended all mobile network in the entire state, a measure which was taken to stop communication between bandits and their associates that had facilitated the attack on community. The police and other security agencies had confirmed that some persons and groups were violating the measures so far taken by the authorities to tackle activities of bandits in the state.
The Zamfara State Governor, Bello Matawalle has stated that his administration will no longer grant amnesty to bandits disturbing the peace of the state. He made this statement while addressing a congregation in Gusau, the state capital on Saturday. According to the governor, efforts were made to grant amnesty to the bandits but they refused.
The Executive Governor of Zamfara State, Mr. Bello Matawalle has withdrawn the amnesty offer, given to bandits. Governor Bello Matawalle of Zamfara State. This was revealed in Gusau, the state capital. Bello Matawalle said, bandits rejected the olive branch offered to them and therefore, he is no longer interested in dialoguing with them.
In a Conference yesterday with Gov. Bello at Gusau, Capital of Zamfara State. Gov. Bello Matawalle of Zamfara State has vowed to track down bandits terrorizing parts of the state, saying they have rejected the peace extended to them up till this time. He revealed that the bloodthirsty bandits’ emissaries informed him that they had repented and were ready to dialogue with the government.
Zamfara Governor Bello Matawalle has stated that the state administration is no longer interested in dialogue with bandits after they turned down an amnesty branch extended to them previously. Instead, he declared in Gusau, security troops would drive them out of the state. "My administration will no longer award amnesty to bandits since they have refused to accept the peace initiative that was previously given to them," the governor declared while speaking to a crowd.
Zamfara Governor Bello Matawalle has stated that the state administration is no longer interested in dialogue with bandits after they turned down an olive branch extended to them previously. Instead, he pledged in Gusau, security troops would drive the robbers out of the state. “My administration will no longer award amnesty to bandits since they have refused to accept the peace initiative that was previously extended to them,” the governor declared while speaking to a crowd.