How Banditry Plagues Nigeria's Wild Northwest

In underdeveloped yet agriculturally rich Zamfara State, what began as unresolved clashes between Hausa farmers and Fulani pastoralists over access to land has transformed into a lucrative illicit economy of banditry and cattle-rustling, claiming thousands of lives. Obi Anyadike reports for IRIN.

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