It is no longer news that bandits had stormed the Nigerian Defence Academy (NDA) in the Afaka area of Kaduna state a few days ago and killed two soldiers, injured one of them before abducting a Major who has already been identified as Samuel Datong, what's news now is that Nigeria's Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina has come out in a report from Daily Post to condemn the unprecedented event while describing Nigerians as ungrateful people who wants to make the administration of President Buhari appear bad.
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The Special Adviser while reacting to the attack at the Nigerian Defence Academy claimed that it was orchestrated by bad Nigerians to make the Buhari-led administration appear bad, and discourage the Nigerian military in their efforts to annihilate insecurity while insisting that Nigerians should focus on supporting the Nigerian troops in whatever way they can instead of antagonizing and criticizing them.
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Consequently, after going through the report, I observed one thing Adesina failed to clarify while delivering his statement. He failed to clarify who the blames he dished out earlier were for, whether it's for these criminals who invaded the NDA or innocent Nigerians who weren't aware of the development until the report surfaced online because he generalized the topic in such a way that it's all Nigerians who ought to be blamed.
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