Dingyadi, who gave the advice in an interview with the Nigeria News Agency (NAN) on Friday in Sokoto, rebuked politicians who were criticizing President Muhammadu Buhari and Tambuwal on events in Sabon Birni and other areas of the state.
However, he asked the federal government to include the state of Sokoto in its special military operation, adding that Buhari has done well to contain all forms of security challenges across the country.
“Nigerians need to complement the president's efforts through adequate intelligence assistance to security agencies.
“The federal government has announced that it will establish a mobile police base in the area, in addition to other security efforts.
“When these bandits were fired by men from special operations, they migrate to the local government areas of Sabon Birni and Isa, who share borders with neighboring states and continue their chaos.
“Six areas of local government in the state of Sokoto are in danger of insecurity and about 350,000 people have been subjected to incalculable difficulties after the situation of insecurity& # 39 ;, & # 39; Dingyadi lamented.
He said Tambuwal was spending huge state resources on security issues and holds routine meetings with stakeholders on ways to address security challenges.
"Within this week, Governor Tambuwal visited the area three times, spoke to residents and provided the necessary support to safeguard their lives and properties.
“It has been proven that Sokoto is among the first peaceful states in the federation through good governance by the governor.
"His Excellency has limited powers in terms of the security situation, as he has no control over the armed forces, police and other police agencies," he added.
Dingyadi, therefore, warned politicians against mixing political and security issues when bandits attack, kill or maim anyone, regardless of political affiliation.
NAN recalls that shortly after the bandits on Wednesday attacked five villages in the local government area of Sabon Birni, Tambuwal and the Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji Saad Abubakar III, led other seniors and security chiefs to sympathize with the victims on Thursday.
A resident of Sabon Birni, Lawal Kakale-Gobir, said the incident lasted for hours, while hundreds of bandits riding motorcycles invaded the scene.
Kakale-Gobir said that after the bandits left, some residents took a stroll through the affected villages and recovered 74 bodies.
"Twenty-five of the bodies were recovered in Garki village, 13 in Dan & # 39; Adua, 25 in Kuzari, six in Katuma and five in Masawa village.
"It is surprising that after the governor and his entourage have visited the site and made several promises that this incident has occurred again," he said.
Kakale-Gobir refuted claims that the bandits were stationed in the affected areas and denied residents the chance to bury the deceased.