Bello Matawalle, Zamfara State governor, has said he is ready to resign if that will end insecurity in his state.
He spoke on Channels Television programme, Politics Today, on Wednesday, while responding to questions on the abduction of over 200 students from Government Girls Secondary School in Jangebe area of the state by bandits last week.
When asked if he is intimidated by the decision of the Federal Government to ban flights in the state, Matawalle said:
“I am ready to accept any solution that will bring security to my state.
“I am not intimidated. If I know that my resigning as a governor will make the people sleep with their two eyes closed, I can resign. I am ready to do what will bring security. I am not power-hungry. I have been having a sleepless night to protect the people of Zamfara State.”