Shehu Sani Suggests Solution To Banditry In Nigeria
Former Kaduna Central Senator, Shehu Sani has suggested the solution to banditry in the Northern part of the country.Information Guide Nigeria
According to DAILY POST, Sani revealed that the solution to banditry lies in identifying those who collect ransom paid to bandits.
DAILY POST reports that Sani noted that despite extorting huge sums of money from victims, bandits are still ragtag criminals and famished looking souls with AK-47s.
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Sani who said this in a tweet wrote that: “The bandits killing and kidnapping people in Northern Nigeria are famished looking, ragtag criminals riding on motorcycles and holding AK 47s.
“The solution lies in getting to the root of who ultimately collects the millions of the ransom money they extort from their victims.”
According to DAILY POST, Sani said this following the increasing menace of banditry in the Northern region of Nigeria.Jamb result
This killings according to DAILY POST has caused the incessant killing of people in communities and travellers along major roads by bandits.
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