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Abayomi Dairo, Igboho, Kanu and those on trial

On Sunday, July 18, Abayomi Dairo was shot down from the sky, marking a new turning point in Nigeria’s war on terror. The Federal Government has been chasing terror bands devastating Nigeria’s North-West and Middle Belt on land and in the air for several years. These thieves are known as bandits when they strike in these areas. When they work in the North East

They are primarily identified as rogue Fulani herdsmen when they strike in the Middle-Belt states of Benue and Taraba Plateau. They are clearly part of the same terror family now. These aren’t your run-of-the-mill kidnapping and robbery gangs. The state is their primary objective.

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Many Nigerians, particularly those in the south, appear to be unaware of the country’s new civil war. The Boko Haram sect has been severely beaten but not killed, and the North-East, which is occupied by soldiers, is in a state of flux. Many of the terrorists who have escaped have taken up side jobs. They are the banditry’s arrowheads in the North-West.

They are the banditry’s arrowheads in the North-West. Mass kidnapping is their core business. When their captives are unable to pay the demanded ransom, they are killed. All pretenses regarding Islam and puritanical preaching have been abandoned. They’re only in it for the quick buck.

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