It was reported yesterday that the Nigerian Military clashed with the members of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, in Imo State. According to report, several houses were set on fire during the clash.
Based on that note, a well known human rights activist, Aisha Yesufu decided to speak. According to a tweet she made on her verified twitter handle, Aisha Yesufu made it known that President Buhari deployed military to Imo State, while bandits and terrorists are in Kaduna State killing and abducting innocent Nigerians.
It should be recalled that bandits attacked several travelers along Kaduna-Abuja Expressway. According to report, several innocent people were kidnapped, while some lost their lives during the attack.
As it stands now, I really think that the Nigerian military should try and pay more attention on what is going on in the northern part, because the north is facing more insecuriy problems now.
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