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Terrorists ‘sack’ Gov. Tambuwal from Sokoto, impose new village heads, levy taxes, change Govt. orders

Terrorists operating in Sokoto State have appointed their ‘loyalists’ to head some villages in Sabon Birni Local Government Area of the state.

According to a Sokoto-based online newspaper, Daily Star, the new terrorist village heads were reportedly acting on the orders of one of the most notorious bandits, Turji.

According to the report, the bandits first summoned the Gangara villagers to a crucial meeting in Saturu village, last Thursday, to announce the deposition of the existing heads of the villages and posting of some of their members as the new Ward heads.

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It was gathered that five Turji commanders namely Ɗan Baƙƙwalo, Boka Tamisƙe, Hassan Ɗan Ƙwaro, Dogo and Jammu Baƙi participated in the meeting.

The new strongmen then reportedly asked Gangara villagers asked to select one from the five bandit commanders to serve as their village head.

The villagers reportedly later settled for Ɗan Baƙƙwalo.

They were later given some conditions by their new ruler.

Reading the riot act to the villagers, Ɗan Baƙƙwalo was quoted as saying that police officer, Nigerian military or vigilance group members, would be allowed henceforth in the village. He implored his subjects that all disputes must be brought to him for adjudication.

Ɗan Baƙƙwalo also ordered the villagers contribute and pay the sum of N1.5 million tribute to him.

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He also reportedly ordered the immediate reopening of three Juma’at mosques and the resumption of weekly (Tuesday) market activities in Gangara village, against the order of Sokoto State Government of closure of all weekly markets.

Also, at Maƙwaruwa village, bandit commander Boka Tamisƙe, declared himself the new District Head and summoned a meeting where he asked the ‘ousted’ district head, one Ɗan Sani, to tell the villagers, by himself, who was now in charge.

Ɗan Sani told the people there that Boka was now the new head of the village.

“The villagers had no option but to obey these bandits” one of the villagers said.