Former minister for aviation who recently defected to the APC, Mr. Femi Fani-Kayode, has reacted after some unknown gunmen reportedly attacked a police station in an Eastern state.
The politician reacted to the incident on his Twitter handle, where he questioned the rationale behind the killings and destructions that are being carried out by the unknown gunmen.
In a video that Femi Kayode shared on his Twitter page, a police station located in Eastern Nigeria, was on fire while a victim who has lost his life was lying in front of the police station.
Reports have it that some unknown gunmen had attacked the police station, killing some policemen and setting the police station ablaze, with some policemen still trapped inside.
While reacting to the video, Mr. Femi Fani-Kayode asked whether it was fair or right that the unknown gunmen were carrying out such activities.
In his tweet, Femi Kayode who recently defected to the APC said, "Is this fair? Is it right?
Innocent people are being killed and our security officers & police stations are being targeted by unknown gunmen in the East. Yesterday it was Dora's husband and today this".
He went on to say that he totally condemns the gruesome activities of the unknown gunmen while stating that they must be stopped.
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