Image default

Zamfara Assembly calls for more action against banditry

From:  Umar Faruk Mohammed, Gusau
The Zamfara State House of Assembly has passed a resolution calling on both state and Federal Government to gear more efforts in curtailing the decade’s old  precarious insecurity situation in the state.
The resolution of the House followed a motion raised by the House leader Hon Faruk Musa Dosara under matters of urgent public importance.
Dosara, an indigene of Maradun local government area, where 76 students of Government Day Secondary School Kaya were abducted by bandits on Wednesday.
Dosara who commended the efforts of the state government for enforcing some emergency rules aimed at curtailing the excesses of bandits and banditry activities in the state, called on the people of the state to show understanding and corporate with the government and security agencies.
He wondered why some unreasonable people of the state criticised the government for closing down all weekly markets in the state in addition to 6pm – 6am curfew in 13 local government areas of the state and 8pm-6am in Gusau the capital.
He described the critics as being unpatriotic, citing corona virus as a case in point where the Hajj operation was suspended by Saudi Authorities for fear of infection only, while the whole world was also put to a total luckdown but no one said anything.
Dosara said as truly representatives of the people at the grassroots, members of the State House of Assembly were in full support of the government’s laudable security initiatives aimed at getting the roots of the security menace that crippled almost all facets of economic activities of the state . .
However, in his contribution a member representing Kaura Namoda South, Hon Anas Sarkin Fada faulted the security agencies posted to the state for not responding to distress and emergency calls by innocent citizens whenever bandits attacked innocent people, describing the situation as most unfortunate.
To buttress his point, Hon Sarkin Fada said that just recently, bandits attacked Kyambarawa community in his constituency but despite numerous calls put to security agencies in the area no security officer responded to the innocent people untill when the bandits unleashed their terror killing notable people and abducted  so many in the village a blame he squarely attributed to  the security agencies in the state.
In his response, the presiding officer of the plenary, Deputy Speaker Musa Bawa Yankuzo commended his colleagues for their positive contributions on the mater and further ruled and passed a resolution calling on both the state and federal governments to do all the needful to end the protracted insecurity situation in the state. ENDs

Related posts

Leave a Comment

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More