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Check Out What Ex-Aide To Gov Obaseki Said Over A Recent Kidnapping On A Highway (Video)

A former Special Adviser to Governor Godwin Obaseki of Edo State on New Media, Jack Obinyan has criticized President Muhammadu Buhari, States governors who are receiving security votes (security funds), and heads of security agencies over the persisting insecurity in the names of Kidnapping and banditry in Nigeria.

Jack who was reacting to a video clip of an alleged kidnapping incident that took place in an environment, suspected to be the troubling Abuja-Kaduna Highway says, if he is the president of the country, God knows the citizens won't be terrorized by criminals the way they are been troubled under the current government.

According to Mr. Jack in the statement, the situation is also a huge disgrace to the governors, and Security Chiefs handling the matter.

While making the statement through his verified Facebook page a while ago, the Edo-born politician says, the painful aspect of it is that those responsible for the deteriorating security situation in the country are still not seen as terrorists by the federal government.

Shame on all those who are taking Nigeria for a joke, Jack punctuated in the social media post.

In the video clip shared, commuters were seen running helter-skelter, while some empty vehicles suspected to be those conveying persons kidnapped in the attack were seen along the road.

Check out the Facebook post made by Jack to this effect below. You can also watch the video of the suspected kidnapping incident by tapping on these colored words.

What is your reaction to Jack's outburst as seen above? Do you think Kidnappers in Nigeria should be declared terrorists? Are they any hidden disadvantages to Nigeria if they are tagged as terrorists?

Share your opinion on this issue with us through the comment box placed below. Thanks for your time!

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Abuja-Kaduna Edo-born Jack Obinyan Muhammadu Buhari Obaseki


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