Nigerian Community Contributes N20Million ‘Peace Deal Fee’ For Notorious Terrorist, Bello Taraji

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Residents of Gidan Goga town in the Maradun Local Government Area of Zamfara State are reportedly contributing the sum of N20 million to give to the notorious terrorist leader, Bello Turji as a form of a “peace deal fee” to free their town from him.
Bello Turji Kachalla, popularly known as Taraji, is a notorious Nigerian terrorist and bandit leader who has been operating in northern Nigerian states including Zamfara, Sokoto, and Niger.

The 28-year-old terrorist leader allegedly led a bandit gang attack from January 4 to 6, 2022, where over 200 people including women and children were massacred by bandits in Zamfara State.
“People in the community are raising N20 million to give to Bello Turji to strike a form of a peace deal with him so that there won’t be attacks here again,”

“The community hopes this will end attacks,” another resident confirmed the situation

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