New terrorist group resurfaces in Sokoto

A suspected terrorist group carrying refined weapons is at the moment in command of Tangaza Native Authorities Space of Sokoto State, making use of ‘unusual legal guidelines’ and punishing defaulters.

A witness famous that members of the group, believed to be from Niger Republic, are in possession of various weapons, preaching Islamic teachings, forcefully accumulating alms (zakat) and flogging defaulters.
He said that although members of the phobia group are but to be recognized by title, and have been within the space for than two months, they’re allegedly recruiting youth in a close-by bush. After ‘coaching’ them, they provide them a bike, he mentioned.

The witness, who pleaded anonymity, mentioned members of the group are greater than 200. He mentioned they seemed unusual, spoke Arabic and wore turbans over their heads. “They imposed obligatory levies on every family with cows and rams. These with cows are paying N500 and people with ram are paying N200,” he mentioned.

“They’re arresting and fining herdsmen who encroach on farmlands and are protecting the cash. “They’re working freely, scaring residents, with out being challenged. They’re going from one group to a different,” the witness mentioned.

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Tangaza Native Authorities in Sokoto State borders Niger Republic.
The border communities of the 2 nations inter-marry and are similar and converse the identical dialect.

The Sokoto State police commissioner, Murtala Mani, mentioned on Friday that he was on his solution to the realm and would name again later within the day.

Additionally Sokoto police spokesperson, Cordelia Nwawe, instructed famous that the police would handle journalists as quickly as her boss returned from the affected space. The spokesperson for the state authorities, Abubakar Shekara, confirmed the report however mentioned he couldn’t present additional feedback.

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5 Comments

  1. Lack of security

  2. This is not good

  3. God help your people

  4. Thanks for the update.

  5. Good update

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