Zamfara will not Negotiate with Bandits; Insecurity Must End – Gov Lawal Declares

Governor Dauda Lawal of Zamfara State has reiterated his administration’s unwavering stance against negotiating with bandits in efforts to establish peace.

Represented by his Deputy, Malam Mani Mumuni, the Governor emphasized his commitment to addressing the ongoing insecurity in the state, welcoming support from any opposition party.

“I am not only the Governor of PDP alone but I am the Governor of Zamfara as a whole, so let everyone remove segregation from my government,” Governor Lawal asserted, highlighting his dedication to the entire state.

He expressed gratitude for the Supreme Court’s verdict on the Governor’s election. Lawal sees the verdict as a victory for democracy and national development, emphasizing that his role transcends political party affiliations.

“It does not matter who is APC or PDP; I am the Governor of Zamfara State irrespective of political party or tribe,” affirmed Governor Lawal’s representative, acknowledging the impartiality of the judiciary.

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Dauda Lawal was represented by the State’s Deputy Governor, Malam Mani Mummuni at a press conference held at his office, in Gusau, the state capital.

He equally commended the judiciary for upholding its integrity and being the last hope for the common man, as the state moves forward in addressing security challenges.

The administration, according to the Deputy Governor, is resolute in its commitment to ending insecurity in Zamfara State. He warned against any form of betrayal, underscoring that such acts would not be tolerated.