Gwamnan jihar Zamfara, Bello Matawalle ya bayyana cewa ya baiwa takwaransa na jihar Naija, Abubakar Bello shawarar cewa yayi Sulhi da ‘yan Bindiga
Yace sulhu ba wai alamar gajiyawa bace, neman zaman lafiyane, inda yace ba duka ‘yan Bindigar bane masu laifi.
Yace Kuma shima ya gaji matsalar ‘yan Bindigar ne saboda shekaru 8 da suka gabata ana fama da matsalar. Yace kuma ba ‘yan Jihar Zamfara bane kadai akwai ‘yan jihohin Yobe da Kaduna, da Naija.
“I was called by Mr President and I am here to brief him on some issues pertaining to security in my state.
“We discussed much about them and I briefed him. All the supports needed from him, he assigned all where to get all the supports. I appreciate his effort for making me proud of what he has been doing for the state.
“In terms of security, particularly in Nigeria, everybody knows what is happening today. But in Zamfara, we thank Allah for giving us that achievement because even today, about 358 special police forces were deployed to the state to tackle some challenges.
“We are on course and I believe that you have heard about it because before, Zamfara was almost in a flashpoint and bad reportage of kidnappings, killings and so on. But today in Zamfara, we are witnessing little peace in the state. We thank Allah for that.
“Banditry is something I inherited. It was ongoing for almost eight years in the state but due to my initiative of dialoguing with them, now Zamfara is very calm.
“Among them, there is somebody from Yobe state, two people are from Kaduna, two people from Niger state. It is a gang of some criminals. They normally invite their friends to participate in those activities.”
“I have advised the Governor of Niger to meet with all stakeholders and find out the root cause of the crisis so as to initiate dialogue and ensure reconciliation. That is the only way to achieve what I have been able to achieve in my State.
“Most of the criminals that caused trouble in Zamfara were not from my State. Two months ago, we had some repentant bandits who surrendered their weapons. One was from Yobe, two from Kaduna, two from Niger; so, you see, it is a gang.”