Pay Us Or We'll Attack You, Bandits Tell Nine Zamfara Communities In Threat Letter | Sahara Reporters

1/17/2022 9:17:00 PM

Pay Us Or We'll Attack You, Bandits Tell Nine Zamfara Communities In Threat Letter | Sahara Reporters

Pay Us Or We'll Attack You, Bandits Tell Nine Zamfara Communities In Threat Letter | Sahara Reporters

This comes a few weeks after bandits embarked on mass killings of no fewer than 200 people in Bukkuyum and Anka local government areas.

Jan 17, 2022Bandits terrorising Gando Forest in Bukkuyum Local Government Area of Zamfara State have written letters to nine communities asking them to pay their levies or face deadly attacks.In that carnage, the assailants razed five villages, killed many residents and mutilated their bodies.

Residents disclosed that the bandits, who attacked the villages on motorcycles, were more than 500.The letters seen by Premium Times were written in Hausa language and addressed to the different communities. Each of the letters has the name of the community on the top and the money it was expected to pay. 

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Where are d 9ja army? Ds happening inside 9ja were 9ja army full SE dy kill innocent citizen's left ad right,d so call bandit don challenge d 9ja army nw oya nw, Buhari has defeated bandits...🤣🤣I forgot he said he has done his best. Rapists. Shame on whoever is responsible to Secure the people. After they must have listened to what their governor said

Meanwhile, the Chief of Army Staff of Nigeria is from Zamfara State. It's difficult for them to be tagged terrorist🤔 But a group gave an order 'Everyone sit at home' they're tagged terrorist.. there is god oooo 🧐🧐🧐 segoslavia Where's our Nigerian police Force Waste of tax Bandits own the Northern parts of Nigeria Na their share be dat SouthWest belongs to Oduduwa Republic SouthEast belongs to Biafra Land Nigeria belongs to China

Pay us or face attacks, bandits write nine Zamfara communitiesBandits have written letters to the nine communities asking them to pay their levies or face deadly attacks Are the military and police not hearing this? These Are Terrorists From The Sahel That Helped MBuhari Win 2015 Election, Una Better Pay Or Face Death Because NigeriaGov Are In Bed With Them & Are Not Ready To Attack Them. You love this people because they are part of bad gvt , but you hate ipob because they ask for good government and empowerment of indigineous nationalities to give them sense of ownership of their country

My question is, why disturb the broke civilians/citizens ? Why not negotiate with the government? It shock me 😔

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by SaharaReporters, New York Jan 17, 2022 Bandits terrorising Gando Forest in Bukkuyum Local Government Area of Zamfara State have written letters to nine communities asking them to pay their levies or face deadly attacks.have written to nine communities asking them to pay their levies or face deadly attacks.Tweet this ADVERTISEMENT The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has warned that any political party that presents a candidate that does not meet the qualifications stipulated in the Constitution and the Electoral Act would be guilty of an offence and on conviction, liable to a fine of N500,000.He said the government will continue to do all within its powers to ensure that the armed forces are motivated to perform optimally and that welfare of our ex-servicemen remains a priority.

In that carnage, the assailants razed five villages, killed many residents and mutilated their bodies. Residents disclosed that the bandits, who attacked the villages on motorcycles, were more than 500. In that carnage, he bandits burnt down five villages, killed many residents and mutilated their bodies. The letters seen by Premium Times were written in Hausa language and addressed to the different communities. The commission appealed to citizens who applied for fresh registration as well as transfers and replacement of the PVCs to do so immediately and avoid last last-minute rush for the cards like in the past.  Each of the letters has the name of the community on the top and the money it was expected to pay. The letters The letters seen by PREMIUM TIMES were written in Hausa language and addressed to the different communities.  There is also a mobile phone number written on the letters. The president released white pigeons to indicate the harmony at the venue and the nation.

“Yargalma. There are also a mobile phone number written on the letters. The statement noted that all pending by-elections for six constituencies in four states would hold on Saturday, February 26, 2022 immediately after the FCT Area Council elections to enable the commission focus on the Ekiti and Osun governorship elections and ongoing preparations for the 2023 general elections. N5,000,000. From Dogon Sabi na Auwali Wanzam. “Yargalma. You people should reach out to us for peace. Come and pay us money or vacate your town. From Dogon Sabi na Auwali Wanzam. Speaking with journalists in Ilorin, the state capital, shortly after inspecting the guard of honour and laying the wreath in honour of fallen soldiers, AbdulRazaq urged members of the public to support families of fallen soldiers in every way possible as well as offer actionable intelligence to those still in active service.

Respect this and live in peace,” one of the letters read. All the letters carried the same contents except the title of the town and amount the bandits are demanding. Come and pay us money or vacate your town. Zugu district has five communities that are taxed as follows: Wawan Iccen Ibrahim N4,000,000, Wawan Iccen Salihu N1,000,000, Gaude N1,000,000, Galle N1,000,000 and Tungar Gebe N500,000. In Gado district, the two communities levied are Nannarki and Ruwan Kura N5,000,000 each. All the letters bore the same contents except the title of the town and the amount the bandits are seeking. Adabka district head has one community Gangara which is levied N1. Shortly after performing the wreath laying rites at the Pantami Township Stadium, Gombe, the governor explained that the wreath laying tradition is a formal sign of respect towards a particular tribute to the fallen heroes.

5million. In Gado district, the two communities levied are Nannarki and Ruwan Kura N5,000,000 each.  Zarummai district also has one community which is Yar Galma N5,000,000. A source at the palace of Bunun Zugu, district head of Zugu in Bukkuyum Local Government Area confirmed that although the nine villages are spread across four districts, all the letters were sent to Bunun Zugu.5 million. Bunun Zugu is considered to be one of the highly influential princes in the Bukkuyum Emirate Council. The palace source, who craved anonymity, said the monarch had reached out to the Emir of Bukkuyum on the issue. It is authentic PREMIUM TIMES spoke to a source at the palace of Bunun Zugu, district head of Zugu in Bukkuyum local government area who confirmed that although the nine villages are spread across four districts, all the letters were sent to Bunun Zugu. At the rate it is worsening our coming together as one body can see us through.

“His Royal Highness has been discussing the issue with the District Head and other heads of the remaining districts,” he said. On how they authenticated the letters, the source said they were brought to the district head by released captives. The palace source, who craved anonymity, said the monarch had reached out to the Emir of Bukkuyum on the issue. “Some of our people were kidnapped by bandits in November last year and after payment of ransom, they released them and sent them with the letters for delivery to the district head,” he noted. A youth leader, Abubakar Gero, who is the coordinator of Zamfara Circle in the area, said the letters were given to some kidnapped residents of Kyaram village under Zugu. On how they authenticated the letters, the source said they were brought to the district head by released captives. “After payment of ransom by relatives of the captives, they asked them to go with the nine different letters and present them to Bunun Zugu who was also instructed to forward it to the remaining heads. Fintiri Lauds Military For Securing The Nation In Adamawa, Governor Ahmadu Fintiri lauded the armed forces for securing the nation, urging them to redouble efforts in addressing all forms of insecurity.

” He said that residents of the affected communities have started gathering the money to avoid attacks. A youth leader, Abubakar Gero, who is the coordinator of Zamfara Circle in the area, said the letters were given to some kidnapped residents of Kyaram village under Zugu. .