Herdsmen: We Expect Buhari To Let Nigerians Know That He Doesn't Support Criminality - Akeredeolu
By New24 | self meida writer
Published 19 days ago - 7 views
The ugly activities of killer herdsmen in Nigeria is getting out of hand. It is creating a lot of tension in the country and something must be done before things get out of hand. The Ondo StateGovernor, Rotimi Akeredeolu has that said they expect President Muhammadu Buhari to come out and let Nigerians know that he doesn't support criminality. The Ondo State Chief Executive who said this on Channels TV political and current affairs program, Politics Today said that things are getting out of hand and that is why people are angry. He said that he is worried about the insecurity in the SouthWest just like everybody. He described Sunday Igboho as a child of circumstances. Adding that although he doesn't support people taking laws into their own hands but there are things that lead to actions of Sunday Igboho. It could be recalled that not long ago Sunday Igboho gave Fulanis in the Igangan community quit notice over alleged kidnapping, killing and other violent crimes in the community.
Below are the reactions of some Nigerians to the statements of Gov. Akeredeolu.
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