As a nation, one of the major challenges we have had to deal with over the years has been the issue of insecurity and although, the government continues to intensify efforts in ensuring that the lives of Nigerians are safe and secured, the battle over insecurity is far from been over.
This can be attested to with the spite of security issues that have continued to ravage our nation ranging from kidnappings to killings and other ills. Just yesterday, an Imam in Niger state was killed in cold blood around past 6pm in the evening.
According to a story that was shared by TVC reporter and popular journalist, Babajide Kolade-Otitoju, reports have it that Bandits invaded a mosque as at the time that Muslim faithfuls were preparing to break their fast and tried to force the Imam to break his fast with water but he refused and he was killed instantly by the bandits.
In reacting to the story, Babajide described the act as that of pure terrorism. Below is the screenshot of his post on his Facebook page:
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