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Almost 200 Bandits Surrender in Sokoto, Release Captives

Almost 200 Bandits Surrender in Sokoto, Release Captives
Almost 200 Bandits Surrender in Sokoto, Release Captives

Around 200 bandits working in the Eastern piece of Sokoto State have reprimanded brutality as a component of the progressing negotiation with the state government.

Commissioner for Career and Security Matters, Colonel Garba Moyi (rtd), uncovered this to writers.

Moyi said the criminals delivered eight individuals, who have been under their authority and given up their weapons.

Read also: Soldiers raided some bandits’ camps in parts of Benue and Nasarawa States killing one and arresting four.

The official clarified that aspect of the arrangement came to with the desperados was that from this time forward, they would not abduct anyone, while the security offices would not capture any of their individuals except if whenever got with weapons or any implicating things.

He uncovered that the state government had granted an agreement for the development of a dam at Kamarawa taking into account the suspension of assaults following the arrangement came to with the outlaws.

“The development would have started since but since of the restored assaults and flooding in the region.

“We are in any event, wanting to fabricate brushing stores and schools for their youngsters,” he said.

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