Lately, there have been series of insecurity issues in different parts of the country. Just yesterday, it was reported that a total of 73 students were abducted from Governenmt Day Secondary School, Kaya in Maradun Local Government Area of Zamfara State. This report caused several Nigerians to react differently.
Based on that note, the former senator that represented the good people of Kaduna Central Senatorial Zone, Senator Shehu Sani decided to react. While reacting, he described the sad incident as tragic. He went further and prayed for the victims.
This is really a tragic one indeed. I think now is the right time for the government to act. People are being kidnapped and killed on a daily basis, yet nothing seems to be happening. The federal government and various state governments must come together so as to end all these insecuriy issues across the country. Something must be done now before it becomes too late.
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