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Zamfara Killings, Others : Buhari Directs Military To Crush Bandits


 
             
                        •Buhari

By Jane Okafor, Abuja

President Muhammadu Buhari Saturday condemned repeated bandit killings in Zamfara and Kaduna States, urging the nation’s military to respond to the worrying situation in a language that the bandits understand.
 
Bandits had in a coordinated attacks on Thursday evening killed 42 people in five communities of Faru district in Maradun Local Government Area of Zamfara State. 

The affected communities are Tsauni, Gudan-Baushi, Gidan-Adamu, Wari and Gudan-Maidawa. 

The bandits who were riding over 100 motorcycles invaded the communities located few kilometres at the eastern part of Faru town.

But reacting to the dastardly act, the President notes that the military and other security agencies are now working on new methods and policies that are yielding good results in many of the troubled parts of the country and calls for a crushing response to the killing of innocent citizens in the rural communities.

The Senior Special Assistant (Media & Publicity) to the President, Garba   Shehu, stated this in a statement on Saturday, quoting Buhari to have averred that the nation, its military and the entire population needs to summon the courage required to defeat the bandits and terrorists.
 
President Buhari condemns some politicians making utterances on security, merely seeking applause, advising them to join the ongoing genuine efforts aimed at finding lasting solutions to the challenges confronting the nation.
 
He expresses the nation’s sorrow over the loss of lives, urging security agencies to do everything possible to prevent the recurrence of attacks with impunity.
 
Meanwhile, the President has expressed sadness over the demise of his classmate in college and a prominent community leader, Malam Muhammadu Ibrahim Maigari otherwise known as Muhammadu Musawa.
 
Buhari said Ibrahim death represents a loss to him and his other classmates.
 
“His passing away is a loss to all of us, his classmates, in whose hearts he had a special place. He was a complete gentleman and a selfless person who endeared himself to all who came close to him. My special condolences to his brothers, Alhaji Yazid Ibrahim, Senator Abu Ibrahim and Barrister Yahaya Ibrahim,” the President said.
 
The President also condoled with the Katsina Emirate Council, the government and people of Katsina State over the loss.
 
He prayed to Allah to grant forgiveness to the deceased.
 



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