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DANGER ALERT! After 19 Fulanis Were Killed In Anambra, See What Fani- Kayode Said About It.
Femi Fani Kayode, a prominent social media critic and former minister of aviation, has now shared his thoughts and reactions to recent news about the alleged slaughter of nineteen Hausa- Fulani men and women in Anambra State, as well as another claim that nine soldiers from the Nigerian military were killed in an attack launched against them in Rivers State.
Vanguard Newspapers recently published an exclusive story on the assassination of about nine military operatives in Rivers State by unknown and unidentified gun- wielding hoodlums. While camping at their base in the Abua/Odual LGA of the State, the soldiers were ambushed and wounded.
Additionally, gruesome photos from Anambra recently emerged online, as another group of unknown armed men believed to be members of the banned Indigenous People of Biafra assaulted a group of Fulani- Hausa residents in the state, gruesomely murdering about 19 people, including twelve women and seven men. Some children were said to have been among those killed as a result of the raging armed men’ s acts.
Femi denounced both actions in his online response this recently, calling both actions and practices ” unacceptable. “
The orchestrated, targeted, and unprovoked gruesome killing of about nineteen innocent members of the Hausa Fulani group in Anambra, according to the ex- Minister (not quoted), is something that is very unacceptable and condemnable. This also applies to the recent assassination of nine more soldiers in Rivers State. Please see FFK’ s comment below.
“Indeed, this recent attack shows that the already precarious security situation in the South East is far from being resolved, as these attacks, carried out by unidentified gunmen only days after the assassination of an ESN top commander, show that the area is actually in deep trouble in terms of the security of its people.
This is the second time the Hausa Community in the southeast has been attacked, following a similar assault by unidentified gunmen in Imo State, which resulted in the deaths of at least four northern traders.”
Many Nigerians used the minister’ s Twitter handle’ s comment section to voice their displeasure with the latest reports of insecurity and killings in the east and rivers states. Take a look at some of the responses below.
What are your reactions to the latest reports of several mass shootings in the Southeast and Rivers State? Indeed, it is disheartening that Igbo territory, which once prided itself on its relative peace, has now become a haven for terrorists and unidentified gunmen who continue to target innocent and defenseless civilians, as well as security operatives and institutions in the area.
What do you think the government should do to fix this effectively?
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