These killings have gone on for far too long, and we have continued to appeal to the consciences of the good people of Nigeria to stand up and demonstrate against the unwillingness of the current Federal government to intervene and arrest, prosecute and punish these mass murderers
“The recent killings of no fewer than 12 persons in Kafanchan on Friday’s night and last weekend’s gruesome murder of 38 people in Southern Kaduna within a span of four days is a pointer that the area is becoming the nation’s dark axis of death that has attracted national and global outrage.”
The tribal dispute between the Lunguda and Waja people in Guyuk, a rural town and local government area south of the state capital, Yola, which has been lingering on and off for a while, recurred last week, after which a dusk to dawn curfew was enforced by the State government.
Judiciary has been considered to be the last hope of the common man. However, the common man is being malnourished of his considered last hope in Adamawa state, with the lockdown of the law courts for over 4 months
there are times in life when we have to say enough is enough and revoke certain contracts and hand over those contractors to the relevant security agencies for investigation and prosecution
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