How 50 Nigerians Were Lost To Insecurity In Last Three Days

About 50 individuals have been killed throughout numerous assaults that occurred throughout the nation within the final three days.

These assaults got here because the presidential spokesperson, Femi Adesina, claimed that safety challenges within the nation have been being “played up” to tarnish the achievements of the President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration.

How 50 Nigerians Were Lost To Insecurity In Last Three Days 2

According to an article by Adesina on Thursday, he mentioned, “Some people want to downplay infrastructure, and play up insecurity, all in an attempt to vitiate the achievements of the Buhari administration.”

But through the weekends, totally different assaults which led to the demise of many Nigerians occurred thereby negating the spokesperson’s claims.

Recall {that a} former councillor, Hassan Tukur, was killed by unknown gunmen in Zamfara State precisely the day Adesina revealed the article.

Also, two policemen met with their demise after armed males attacked the Izombe Police Divisional Headquarters, in Oguta Local Government Area of Imo State.

Peoples Gazette experiences that at Rukuba, Jos North Local Government Area of Plateau state, 25 commuters have been killed by hoodlums on Saturday August 14 whereas on the identical day, eight farmers have been killed by bandits in two villages, Buruku and Udaw‎a, of Chikun Local Government Area, Kaduna state.

In Goronyo Local Government Area of Sokoto State, bandits killed 9 individuals on Sunday August 15. The 9 individuals have been killed in Begindo, Dantudu and Tulutu villages.

In the late hours of Sunday, bandits killed 4 college students and kidnapped 15 individuals on the College of Agriculture and Animal Health in Bakura, Zamfara.

Before Adesina falsely claimed that insecurity is being “played up” within the nation final Thursday, bandits in a number of coordinated assaults have kidnapped college students of their lots of for ransom throughout Katsina, Kaduna, Kebbi, Niger and Zamfara states.

Over 100 college students kidnapped in Tegina, Niger State, are nonetheless in bondage, greater than 70 days after they have been kidnapped in May. Similarly, college students kidnapped in Kebbi State are but to be freed.

Last week governor Aminu Masari of Katsina, Buhari’s residence state, lamented that 10 out of 34 native governments in his state have been beneath the management of bandits, whereas urging Chief of Army Staff, Lt Gen Faruk Yahaya, to deploy know-how in combating insecurity within the state.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

How 50 Nigerians Were Lost To Insecurity In Last Three Days

Send this to a friend