Aisha Yesufu Blasts Eastern Governors For Inviting Soldiers To Massacre Their People
By megaphone | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 23114 views
Aisha Yesufu Blast Eastern Governors For Inviting Soldiers, To Massacre Their People
The issue of insecurity is one of the basic challenges that the country is presently facing and seems the government is not doing enough.
Aisha Yesufu, the Popular anti-corruption activist and socio-political advocate has take to her Twitter page to blast the East and Niger Delta Governors for being silent about the atrocities committed against their people, but instead of them forming security outfits like what their counterpart did in other regions, they invited soldiers to kill their people.
This was coming after the recent killing of people in the Eastern part of Nigeria, especially the Eastern security network personnel, an outfit formed by Nnamdi Kanu to serve like the Amotekun of the Southwest and Hisbah of the North.
See photo of the tweet below;
Nigerians taking to the comments section shared their thoughts on the matter.
See their reactions below;
What do you think is wrong with Governor supporting the killing of their people by the military?.
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