Govt Can’t Deny Us Access To Firearms, Let Alone Stop Us From Buying Fuel – Bandits’ Leader

Govt Can’t Deny Us Access To Firearms, Let Alone Stop Us From Buying Fuel – Bandits’ Leader

A notorious bandit leader, Bello Turji, has said that the government cannot stop them from bringing fuel since they have been unable to stop illegal firearms in circulation.Information Guide Nigeria

According to DAILY TRUST, Bello Turji spoke in an interview with Trust TV as part of a documentary, tagged ‘Nigeria’s Banditry: The Inside Story’.

Turji was making reference to the restrictions placed in September last year in Zamfara to curb the activities of the bandits in Zamfara State.

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As reported by DAILY TRUST, the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) had mandated all telecommunication operators in Zamfara State to stop extending services to Zamfara and its environs.

While speaking, Turji said, “It is not right to deny Fulani entry into Shinkafi; it’s a local government for all citizens. If you deny Fulani entry, where are they supposed to go?

“If you buy just a measure of maize, they confiscate it; or if you buy a loaf of bread they will say you are buying it for Turji. Is it only Turji who eats out of all the people here?

“Let me ask you; isn’t this a gun?Jamb Result

“Is it those who failed to prevent the circulation of arms in Nigeria that will prevent us from buying petrol, which even a little kid knows where it can be obtained?”

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Idongesit Akpa-Ayang

Idongesit is a graduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo. Currently working as a news reporter at InfoGuide Nigeria.

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