Jami’an tsaro a jihar Kaduna sun kama masu kaiwa ‘yan Bindigar dake garuruwa, Damari, Kidandan, da Awala, dake kananan hukumomin Birnin Gwari da Giwa a jihar.
Bayan kamasu, masu laifin sun amsa laifinsu inda aka kwace Burodi 150 daga hannunsu. Tawagar DCP Abba Kyari ce ta kama mutanen.
Wanda aka kama din, Hassan Magaji ya bayyana cewa, bai da isashshen jari, ‘yan Bindigar ne ke bashi kudi idan ya siyo musu Burodi sai ya cire ribarsa.
Ya kara da cewa idan suka sace mutane, yawan burodin da suke saye yana karuwa, yace misalin lokacin da suka sace daliban Afaka, yana kai musu Burodin Dubu 70 kullun amma bayan da suka sakesu, ya koma yana kai musu na Dubu 50.
Yace bashi da alaka da satar mutane da suke yi, shidai yana sayar musu da Burodi ne kawai.
I was an Okada rider and was always losing my bike to bandits who sometimes ambushed us. Sometime ago, one of my relatives Mustafa Magaji came to our area and taught me how to bake bread and with the little money that I saved, I started the business.
“I started with about N21,000 and now I make N400,000 a month. The boom in my business began when I started supplying bread to bandits. I was born and brought up here in Galadimawa and I know most of our young men who decided to become bandits.
“The community has a good relationship with them because they do not attack us. Initially when they started, they were raiding our villages but some of our community heads made them to understand that we were not the cause of their problem, that we were poor villagers also struggling to survive.
“This was why they stopped attacking us and many of them started coming out to mingle with the villagers. I normally wandered close to that area of the forest where they were staying
” It was during one of such trips in 2019 that I met Mohammed who bought ten loaves of bread and took my phone number. I sold the bread for N200 each instead of the regular market price of N170.
“The following day he called me that the bread was so delicious and that I should bring 20 more loaves.
“On the day that I took 20 loaves of bread to him, I met three others who were with him and they told me that they would like to be buying in large quantity. I however told them that I didn’t have enough cash and we agreed that they would pay the entire money before baking the bread.
“They started with N20,000 worth of bread and gradually increased to N50,000 a day. After deducting the cost of ingredient, I make as much as N150,000 in a week.