Insecurity: Tambuwal Donates N30m To Victims Of Bandit Attacks in Kebbi | Dailytrust

Insecurity: Tambuwal Donates N30m To Victims Of Bandit Attacks in Kebbi

Sokoto State Governor Aminu Waziri Tambuwal
Sokoto State Governor Aminu Waziri Tambuwal
The governor of Sokoto State, Aminu Waziri Tambuwal, on Thursday donated N30m to the families of the victims of banditry attacks in Kebbi State.
Vigilantes otherwise refer to Yan-Sa-Kai, were on Monday ambushed by the bandits, killing 65 of them while on Tuesday, the bandits also killed some soldiers in the state.
Tambuwal, made the announcement of the donation when he paid a condolence visit to his counterpart, the Kebbi State Governor, Abubakar Atiku Bagudu, over the death of the Yan-Sa-Kai personnel as well as military officers killed in Zuru emirate.
The Sokoto State Governor urged the people of the state to continue to cooperate with security agencies to complement the efforts of the federal and state governments in combating the menace.
“We are here to pray for the repose of the souls of the deceased as well as for the speedy recovery of the injured persons. We also need to collectively pray for a divine end to the security challenges in the North West and Nigeria in general.”
In his response, Governor Abubakar Atiku Bagudu said Kebbi and Sokoto States, are one big family. He said, “We are one family, whatever affects one affects all.”

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