Alleged Militia Orders: Miyetti Allah Leader Accuses Nasarawa Governor

President of Miyetti Allah Kautal Hore, Bello Bodejo, has made startling claims, alleging that Governor Abdullahi Sule of Nasarawa State ordered him to establish the ethnic militia group, Kungiya Zaman Lafiya. Bodejo claimed that Governor Sule pressured him to form the militia group, a revelation that has raised eyebrows.

Bodejo’s arrest by operatives of the Defence Intelligence Agency on January 23, 2024, at the group’s office in Karu Local Government Area of Nasarawa State for allegedly unveiling a militia group has kept him in custody since then. He stands accused of establishing the Kungiya Zaman Lafiya ethnic militia in Nasarawa State without authorization.

Appearing before Justice Inyang Ekwo of the Federal High Court in Abuja on March 22, 2024, Bodejo was arraigned on three counts of terrorism. In his confessional statement, he alleged that Governor Sule was behind the formation of the militia group.

According to Bodejo, the governor contacted him earlier in the year expressing his desire to establish a vigilante group different from those of his counterparts. Bodejo claimed that Governor Sule intended to link the vigilantes with the Army to work for him. Despite Bodejo’s reservations about working with Akajo, the leader of the group, the governor insisted, even after being informed of negative feedback about Akajo’s group.

These revelations have brought to light a complex web of relationships and decisions within Nasarawa State, raising questions about the governor’s role and the implications for security and governance in the region.

Title: “Miyetti Allah Leader Claims Nasarawa State Governor Ordered Formation of Militia Group” Tag: Miyetti Allah, Ethnic Militia, Nasarawa State, Governor Abdullahi Sule, Kungiya Zaman Lafiya

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