A Fulani socio-cultural group, Miyetti Allah Kautal Hore, has spoken on its readiness to embark on a fight.
The group reiterated its commitment to supporting President Bola Tinubu’s administration in tackling insecurity in the country by fighting on the side of the government.
The group has announced plans to introduce its quasi-security outfit aimed at identifying and dealing with individuals engaged in criminal activities nationwide.
According to Bello Badejo, the national president of the group, they intend to work alongside mainstream security agencies to curb the rising incidents of kidnapping, banditry, insurgency, and other criminal activities plaguing the nation.
Speaking in Lafia, Badejo stated that the quasi-security outfit would consist of 2,140 operatives whose primary objective would be to identify and apprehend wrongdoers within their communities.
Badejo emphasized, “The operatives will be chosen from their immediate communities to effectively address security challenges in Nasarawa and other high-risk areas in various states. We are appealing for government support in providing necessary equipment for our outfit. Our program will extend to Plateau, Kaduna, FCT, and other states prone to security issues to eliminate this menace.”