JUST IN: Convicted Terrorists, Informants To Die By Hanging
The Zamfara State House of Assembly has passed a bill prescribing death penalty for all banditry-related offences in the state. POLITICS NIGERIA reports.
It was reported that the House of Assembly passed the bill on June 28, 2022.
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According to the legislators, informants who aid and abet terrorists would now have to face death by hanging in public. Information Guide Nigeria
Speaking on the passage of the bill, Abdullahi Shinkafi, the special adviser on intergovernmental affairs to the governor of Zamfara, said: “Today, the governor is going to sign into law death penalty for kidnappers, informants, and any other banditry-related issues,” he said. jamb results
“The house of assembly, yesterday in Zamfara passed into law death penalty to kidnappers, informants, and the contributors.”
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