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Government officials and security personnel have turned banditry into a business venture — Katsina Gov. Radda.



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The Katsina State governor, Dikko Radda, has revealed why banditry hasn’t been nipped in the bud. Speaking with Channels Television on Friday, May 3, the governor accused some security personnel and government officials of aiding banditry which he says has now turned into a “business venture”.

“Now it has turned out to be a business venture. A business venture for the crimin@ls, some people who are in government; and some people who are in security outfits, and some people who are responsible for the day-to-day activities of their people.

These are so many reasons why we are not unable to bring banditry to an end,” he said. According to him, many youths in the north are recruited into banditry with a mere N500.