Ex-Minister Shittu Describes Banditry As ‘Rebel In opposition to Neglect Of Northern Poor’

Adebayo Shittu, a former Minister of Communications within the Muhammadu Buhari administration has described banditry as a rebel in opposition to the neglect of the poor individuals within the Northern Nigeria.

Shittu said this in an interview on Come up Tv on Thursday.

He stated, “What is occurring within the Northwest and Northeast specifically is a rebel in opposition to the neglect of the poor.

“Now that now we have the difficulty of banditry on our arms, now we have through the years been spending billions of naira in kinetic strategy and it’s as a result of individuals unnoticed of schooling and civilization that Westernization brings about are rebelling.”

Shittu stated the extent of schooling was the rationale why there’s little or no information of banditry within the Southwest.

The previous Minister stated bandits are individuals rebelling on account of lack of schooling.

Shittu stated, “Why there isn’t any banditry within the southwest is as a result of we selected to coach the youngsters.

“Whenever you fail to coach individuals, through the years they’ll develop as much as discover out that the social inequality like some individuals having fun with mild, some driving automobiles, and they’re unnoticed. This makes them begin rebel in opposition to the society.”

Shittu’s remark comes after his earlier recommendation to President Bola Tinubu-led Federal Authorities to present bandits a promising future by means of negotiation.

In keeping with him, a lot of the bandits are able-bodied males who the Federal Authorities ought to retain.

The previous Minister stated a non-kinetic strategy in coping with banditry would result in numerous outcomes.

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