It is no longer news, the sad incident that struck the nation yesterday. Nigeria Defence Academy was reportedly attacked leaving some soldiers dead and some kidnapped. As Nigerians continue to mourn and engage in thoughtful online chatters, Nigerian popular content creator, producer, actor, Debo Adebayo (Mr. Marcaroni) has expressed displeasure over this incident.
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Mr. Macaroni, who posted on his verified Twitter handle regretfully opined that the attack was a clear indicator of bandits and terrorists strength in the country. He maintained that nobody is save if NDA can be attacked and scores kidnapped.
Thoughtfully, Macaroni disposition calls for concern among Nigerians, what is the way out of this menace? What can we do as citizens to help the country? Insecurity affects all and sundry, it is pertinent that will collectively call on the government to declare a state of emergency on security and even proffer solutions that can be helpful.
If actually bandits can attack the military then just as Marcaroni has posited then no one is safe.
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