Former Nigerian lawmaker representing Kaduna central Senatorial district at the National Assembly, senator Shehu Sani has once again broken his silence. This time around, the outspoken politician expressed his concerns over the dangerous spread of abductions all over the country, placing focus on the recent abduction of staffs working for ex-Nigerian president, Olusegun Obasanjo."Senator Shehu Sani |Google|"
He wrote, "The kidnapping of the staff of ex-president Olusegun Obasanjo in the southern part of this country further confirms the dangerous spread of abductions in all parts of the country. And if the cops can't track Kidnappers, the end is near" he added.
This recent reaction from Senator Shehu Sani is timely and should not be overlooked. The recent abduction of staffs working for Obasanjo clearly reveals that this insecurity is spread across all parts of the country and not necessarily the North alone.
I want to use this opportunity to call on all security operatives in the state to do all they can to ensure they are released from captivity. And those behind their abductions should be caught and punished.
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