The Katsina State House of Assembly has told governor Aminu Masari to review the peace deal entered with bandits terrorising the state.
The house decried the recent spike in attacks across the state, Daily Trust reports.
The state government, under Masari’s leadership, had entered into an accord with the bandits.
Arising from its emergency sitting, the house asked the state executive arm to revisit the deal with the various gangs operating as bandits.
Speaking on the issue, deputy speaker and member representing Faskari Local Government Area, Dalhatu Tafoki, said the assembly is deeply concerned over the increasing insecurity across the state.
Meanwhile, the governor, while giving update on COVID-19 in the state, said President Muhammadu Buhari has approved new strategies to tackle banditry.