Insecurity has been a trending issue in Nigeria and the federal government has been doing its best to resolve it.
However, the Kaduna State Commissioner for Internal Security and Home Affairs, Samuel Aruwan, on Wednesday, said 343 people were killed, while 830 people were kidnapped between July and September 2021, in the state.
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Nevertheless, justice should be served to perpetrators of the killings in Kaduna State.
Why Justice Should Be Served To Perpetrators Killings In Kaduna
Firstly, those involved in the killing of 343 people in Kaduna have committed a serious crime and their action is punishable under the constitution of Nigeria. Justice must be served to those involved in the killings in Kaduna inorder for others to learn a lesson.
Secondly, there is a possibility that those involved in the killing of 343 people in Kaduna are still in the State. These people might launch further attacks if something is not done to stop them. The State government should ensure that those who are involved in the killings in Kaduna are arrested and prosecuted. Justice should be severed to the killers of 343 people in Kaduna because their action is bad.
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