Human rights’ activist, Aisha Yesufu, has mentioned it was time for the National Assembly to question President Muhammadu Buhari.
Yesufu, a co-convener of the BringBackOurGirls Movement, was reacting to the Sunday’s newest incident of abductions and killings on the Abuja-Kaduna Highway.
She wrote, “Since I heard this news of the attack and killings on Abuja-Kaduna expressway, I have not been able to do anything and I have so many deadlines to meet,” Yesufu wrote on Twitter.
“What is the National Assembly doing? Impeach Buhari! The Northern people will thank you for it! They are sick and tired of the heartless and soulless posing as Commander-in-chief.”
The Governor of Kaduna State, Nasir El-Rufai additionally reacted to the assaults by bandits on the Kaduna-Abuja freeway, the place a number of folks have been kidnapped on Sunday.
The governor spoke on Monday via the state’s Commissioner for Internal Security, Samuel Aruwan.
He confirmed that the bandits killed one individual and kidnapped plenty of travellers throughout the assault.
Aruwan mentioned in a press release issued that eleven of the kidnapped individuals had been rescued.
He additionally mentioned that the sufferer that was killed throughout the assault was Famaks British School chairman and former Zamfara State governorship hopeful, Muhammad Sagir Hamidu.
The Abuja-Kaduna freeway is a web site of frequent bandits’ assaults.
The criminals had been contained following the homicide of Emir Hassan Atto of Bungudu on September 14 by bandits, however they returned on Sunday at 2pm and operated for a couple of hour.
In a video that turned viral on Monday, passengers may very well be heard crying for assist because the bandits operated.
SaharaReporters additionally reported on Tuesday that bandits returned the scene of the incident on Monday night taking pictures at travellers.