The former senator representing Kaduna Central Senatorial District, Senator Shehu Sani has taken to his verified Twitter page to say Where there is no self-defense, security is not everybody’s responsibility.
Nigeria is faced with the issue of insecurity which has escalated into something of grave concern to everybody who continues to wonder how the country arrived at such a dastardly situation where no one is excepted from it.
The issue of insecurity in the country has worsened and continues to get out of control and it's threatening the well-being of its citizens. Almost every corner of the country has been hit by violence, crime, and kidnapping carried out by bandits and terrorists.
However, the outspoken activist, Shehu Sani who tweeted some minutes ago on his microblogging, Twitter said where there was no self-defense, security was not everybody's responsibility.
In his tweet, the former lawmaker wrote below:
"Where there is no self-defense, security is not everybody’s responsibility."
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