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Buhari threatens to deal with bandits

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Days after tens of people were brutally massacred in Zamfara State by out of control terrorists, President Muhammadu Buhari has warned the killers to stop their pastime or face the wrath of his administration.

Hundreds of people have been killed or abducted across North eastern states over the last months with the presidency always issuing statements assuring people it was on top of the situation.
condemned the latest killing of tens of people by bandits in Zamfara State.

On Thursday, the Nigerian leader warned that “such wanton disregard for life will be brought to an end sooner than later, ” saying “this insane and persistent violence against innocent people must stop”.

He added that “these criminals should stop pushing their luck too far by believing that the government lacks the capacity to crush them.”

The President directed the military, security and intelligence agencies to take immediate steps to close all existing gaps in their operations being exploited by criminals to wreak havoc.

He expressed hope the Special Operation launched by the military at 3:00am on Thursday from Maru Local Government area will prove decisive in ridding the state of the “frequent and horrifying “bandit activities.

“The violence against poor villagers who are struggling with poverty and other severe economic challenges is not going to be tolerated by this administration,” the President warned.

Buhari has called on the security forces to “redouble their efforts in bringing an end to this mindless violence against innocent people.”

“Let’s not give these criminals any opportunity to succeed by taking the war to their own camps and stop them in their tracks before they even have the time to respond under our massive fire power.”

Buhari reassured the people of Zamfara State that, “despite the latest set back in our efforts to protect our citizens, there will be no compromise in our determination to defeat these enemies of humanity.”