Photo Credit: Punch
Punch took to their verified Facebook profile to share the photos of some terrorists that begged Nigerians to forgive them for all their wrongdoing, this means that they seem to be ready to live in peace in Nigeria.
This is a good sign that the future of Nigeria is still bright. The government of President Muhammadu Buhari promised to be brutal to all bandits and terrorists if they do not change for good. Now the government received fighter aircraft, A-29 Super Tucano, and has since been bombing the hideouts of these bandits, starting from Tuesday last week.
But now that their activities caused the death of so many innocent people, should they be allowed to go without paying for their wrongdoing? If they are allowed to go free what will it teach others that may want to go into such activities in the future?
They should be made to face the full wrath of the law and if they are found guilty, they should be sent to prison, that way our people will learn to respect the lives of others, especially the weak ones among us.
Here are some of the photos captured below, for your viewing pleasure:
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