Through the assembly held on the palace of the Emir of Tsafe, Alhaji Muhammadu Bawa, one of the bandits commanders, Hassan Dantawaye, stated they have been unjustly treated by the federal government and society.
“We were compelled into this, because other than cattle rustling incidents we confronted some years back, we additionally faced severe harrassment and intimidation from security personnel and ”Yansakai.
“We can’t go to markets, our children can’t go to highschool, every time they see our youngsters or wives in town they killed them.
“If safety personnel arrest us, we have to spend alot of cash before we’re released, sometimes security agencies launch assaults on our homes and kill us without any offence.
“With this ugly trend, we’ve no choice than to embark on kidnapping, assaults and others crimes”, Dantawaye stated.
Alhaji Madele, a fulani chief, nonetheless, thanked the state authorities for the dialogue and urged the safety agencies to guard them from ”Yansakai and some safety personnel who assault them unjustly in markets and towns.
Madele stated, “we’ve agreed to embrace peace and dialogue, we commend the commissioner of police for inviting us for this assembly”.
The repentant bandits’ commanders additionally promised to release all captives of their custody.
No one will probably be attacked anymore, they pledged, including that farmers in the area have been free to go to their farms without any concern.
The Chairman of the Civilian Joint Task Force (CJTF) within the area, Alhaji Yahaya Ahmad, assured of complete help to the peace initiative.
“As from at the moment, no vigilante group or CJTF member would assault any fulani herder, we’ll abide by the state government’s directive on this regard.
“Fulani herders at the moment are free to come back to Tsafe city and all main towns in this area. They’ll go to markets and wherever else they so wish.
“I’m giving them the peace of mind that our members would not attack them any extra”, he stated.
The state Commissioner of Police, Alhaji Usman Nagoggo who chaired the assembly, described the security scenario confronted by the state in past as unfortunate.
Nagoggo stated, “I remember the day I arrived this state as commissioner of police, over 30 individuals have been killed in Shinkafi local government area.
“After figuring out the measures to tackle the problem, the state government got here up with the peace and diologue initiative with the fighters as a part of measures to offer lasting resolution to the issue.
“We embarked on consultation with Fulani leaders, Civilian JTF, and Vigilante Teams which led to the successes we’re recording at the moment.
“From the inception of this diologue thus far now we have rescued over 300 kidnapped victims from the bandits with out cost of ransom,” he stated.
He added: “As I always say, most of the further judicial killings and unlawful attacks on communities were on account of the actions of the outlawed vigilante group of “Yansakai, who have been taking the legislation into their hands.
“Our intention is to have sustainable peace and improvement within the state, subsequently, all stakeholders ought to cooperate with us on this job.
“I’m additionally reissuing this warning that all actions of “Yansakai are suspended and no person ought to take the legislation into their arms.
“Anyone discovered violating these directives would face the total wrath of the law”, the Police boss added.
The Emir of Tsafe, Alhaji Muhammadu Bawa thanked the warring events for attending the assembly and accepting peace.
Bawa stated the emirate would continue to help the state government to make sure that the diologue succeeds.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) recollects that the state governor, Alhaji Bello Matawalle initated the peace dialogue as a part of measures to finish banditry, kidnapping and different crimes within the state.
The meeting in Tsafe was attended by repentant bandits’ commanders, members of the CJTF, officers of Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association and members of the outlawed ”Yansakai local vigilantes.
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