Mr Moyi, who is coordinating the peace dialogue, also said it has facilitated the release of all persons kidnapped by the bandits.
According to him, those freed, mostly Sokoto indegines and some from Kebbi, Zamfara and Niger Republic, have been reunited with their families.
“Leaders of seven bandits groups with about 20 to 30 members have already repented and surrendered their weapons while many are underway.
“We are at the stage of disarmament.
“The attacks have stopped, captives released, weapons surrendered, mounting of checkpoints by bandits stopped, all part of peace agreement reached in the dialogue initiative,” Mr Moyi said.
According to him, on the side of government, execution of projects beneficial to communities where the repentant bandits reside have commenced.
“Government has started drilling boreholes, demarcation of cattle grazing routes, areas and passages and other palliatives,” the commissioner said.
Mr Moyi added that the government has also been assisting victims of banditry attacks accomodated in Internally Displaced Persons camps as well as those that returned to their settlements.
He said government had provided them with food items, clothes, beddings, medicals, farming inputs and other items to cushion their hardships.
According to him, it was a remarkable and unprecedented achievement and appealed to communities as well as the general public to support the peace dialogue.
He urged media practitioners and traditional rulers to enlighten people on the importance of the process, in order to achieve the desired impact.
Last week, Gov. Aminu Tambuwal presented 102 guns recovered from the repentant bandits to the state Commissioner of Police, Ibrahim Kaoje.
The weapons comprised 23 AK47, 7GPMG, 2M4 Magazines and 50 locally made rifles, among others.
It has been reported that no fewer than 221 deaths were recorded and 45,175 persons displaced from July 2018 to July 2019 in 66 communities affected by banditry in the state.
The report presented during a disaster management stakeholders meeting organized by National Emergency Management Agency, also indicated that 21,316 hectares of land remained uncultivated as the result of bandits attacks.
It added that 6,485 animals were lost, while 80,000 people were affected in Raba, Tureta, Goronyo, Sabon Birni and Isa Local Government Areas.