Halilu Sububu, a bandit chief, says day by day assaults in Nigeria are attributable to a breach of settlement.
He spoke to Day by day Belief at his enclave in Sububu forest positioned between Zamfara and Sokoto States.
The forest borders Sabon Gari in Sokoto, and Shinkafi and Maradun in Zamfara.
Sububu additionally urged President Muhammadu Buhari to personally go to them for a dialog.
He additional demanded that the Hausa, Yoruba and the Fulani be handled the identical method.
“It (settlement) has been breached. You could have requested for armistice, an settlement was reached however you left that particular person in a forest with a gun and nothing to substitute.
“What do you anticipate? How would you like that particular person to outlive? All the guarantees made to us, none of it was fulfilled.
“Enrol the younger ones at school…we must be handled the identical method. Give them jobs with the federal government, put them in faculties.
“The President ought to personally come and preside over the talks. When he was campaigning, he traveled throughout, why would he not do it now?”
The gang head identified that there is no such thing as a day civilians aren’t killed in Zamfara, Niger, Kaduna, Sokoto and Katsina States.
“He (Buhari) doesn’t take these peace talks severely, and on a regular basis individuals are being killed”, Sububu stated.
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“Settlement was breached, Buhari ought to come for talks” – Bandit chief, Sububu [Video]