Bandits frightening Before people in Kaduna state are permitted to harvest crops from their farms, the communities impose levies on them.
Farmers from Angular Fala’u and Kerawa villages were routinely harassed and abducted while working on their crops, while the affected farmers from Kidandan and Galadima villages were being pushed.
According to a source from Kidandan village, before their people—who are primarily farmers—can collect their produce, they must pay between N70,000 and N100,000.
He clarified that individuals who refuse to pay risk being killed, abducted, or having the bandits confiscate their farm produce.
He named the identities of the bandit warlords terrorizing the local populace, naming Buhari, Gana’i, his deputy, and Kwalameri, the third in command.
“If caution is not taken, there could be a shortage of food crops in the state, as many farmers have abandoned their farms due to banditry in the area,” the speaker forewarned.
ASP Mansir Hassan, the Police Public Relations Officer, was not reachable by phone to provide an update on the progress.