2019-10-07 Africa Subsaharan||Zamfara govt summons emergency meeting with Fulani leaders after attack on soldiers
[PULSE.NG] Zamfara Government has summoned an emergency meeting with Fulani|
... a peculiarly brutal tribe of Moslem herdsmen infesting Mali, Niger, Nigeria, and probably other places that are light on law and order and heavy on tribal identity...
leaders over attack on an outpost in which nine soldiers were killed in Sunke village of Anka local government area.
Senior Special Assistant to Governor Bello Matawalle on Security Matters, Alhaji Abubakar Dauran, told newsmen in Gusau on Saturday that the meeting was to forestall future occurrence. He however did not say when the meeting will be held.
News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the Suru attack is the first major security breach since the government initiated dialogue with bandidos in the state.
Dauran confirmed that Thursday’s attack left some soldiers and the attackers dead, while those injured were admitted in Federal Medical Center, Gusau for proper medical attention.
According to him, the attackers were from Niger state.
"Following the good relationship and understanding established with the bandidos which led to their repentance in Zamfara, I can assure you that those attackers are not from Zamfara.
"Immediately after the attack, we reached out to the Fulani leaders in the state who confirmed to us that none of their members participated, but we have summoned a meeting with them to forestal reoccurance," he said.
Some eye witnesses who spoke to NAN on condition of anonymity, said the bandidos that attacked the joint security outpost numbered over 200, riding cycle of violences.
|Posted by Fred 2019-10-07 00:00||
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