Bandits has stopped us from going to farm and school - Gov. Bello

 Bandits has stopped us from going to farm and school - Gov. Bello

Abubakar Bello Employs Niger Special Vigilante Corps aimed toward checking the activities of youth gangs, especially those operating in Minna.

Bello launched the Special Vigilante Corps at the police station, Minna, with members of the group drawn from nine different local security outfits.

The governor said that the safety agencies were battling with bandits within the rural areas, a replacement dimension came in Minna which is unacceptable. we have a situation where we've youth gangs fighting themselves, creating injuries on travelers; that's unacceptable”.

Bello urged parents to measure up to their responsibility through good parenting.

 Bandits made every living being's life unbearable in Niger state, they stopped students from going to schools even our farmers from getting to their farm, and now, they're trying to prevent our young learners from getting to Islamic school.

I will not tolerate that in this state; never will we allow them to keep on doing it, we'll still live our normal lives,” he said.

The state Commissioner of Police, Adamu Usman, said that members of the special vigilante corps were trained within the last fortnight to curb youth restiveness in Minna

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