Shehu Sani, who is a Nigerian senator, an author, playwright, and a human rights activist, has taken to his official Twitter handle to reveal that some bandits invaded Kagara town in Niger State, adding that they operated easily for over 4 hours in the presence of over 500 soldiers, and other security personnel.
While sharing on his official Twitter handle, the President of the Civil Rights Congress of Nigeria, Shehu Sani said, "In broad daylight, bandits invaded Kagara town, Niger State, raided the market and the emirs' palace, and abducted scores of people. They operated easily, and for over 4 hours. That happened in the presence of over 500 soldiers and other security personnel deployed months ago. Shame".
This is sad, I think it is time that the federal government to pay more attention to the issue of insecurity in the country, because many citizens have lost their properties, valuable items, houses, including their lives due to the issue of Insecurity.
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