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Egyptian Coalition for Human Rights & Development: Gunmen from Bandits Open Fire in Yaratachar Market in Zamfara State in Nigeria

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The Egyptian Coalition for Human Rights and Development condemned today March 19, 2021, a masked gunmen, suspected of being bandits, attack on the Yartachar sahabi market of the Emirate of Dansdaw in the Maru government area of Zamfara state, killing one person and injuring others, as well as setting fire to the market after stealing food belonging to merchants estimated at thousands of Nigerian naira.

The governors of these states in Nigeria have made reconciliations with the bandits, some of which have committed themselves to these reconciliations while others have rejected them.

President Muhammadu Buhari’s national security adviser Babagana Mongno accused the security services of not working together to address insecurity and called for a unified effort to counter such operations.

The Egyptian Coalition for Human Rights and Development calls for the United Nations, the international community and the Government of Nigeria to provide protection for gatherings, particularly in the markets, to prevent attacks from bandits or armed men by threatening the security and safety of citizens, especially after the worsening attacks by terrorist groups, especially Boko Haram, in Nigeria.

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