Shehu Sani has reacted to the attacks and kidnapping happening in Kagara Town, Niger State despite the presence of the Police and Soldiers deployed to the area.
According to him, there is a heavy presence of Security Personnels in Kagara but bandits still easily invade the town in broad daylight to kidnap a large number of people, raid the Emir's Palace and attack Police formations.
He added that few months ago, bandits had invaded the same area and kidnapped the students of Government Science College, Kagara.
The Activist concluded that there is no phrase for him to use in describing the failure of the Security Personnels who been funded and trained.
The security situation in the Country continues to dwindle as hoodlums are carrying out criminal activities such as kidnapping, rape, murder, etc despite the effort of the Security Personnels to stop them.
We hope the activities of this criminal elements will soon be a thing of the past.
Here is what he posted;
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