2023 presidential candidate of the Labour Party, Peter Obi has taken to social media to express concern, following the increased number of attacks on Nigerians by hoodlums and terrorists in the country.
The former Anambra State governor who made such expression through his official Twitter account, stated that some of the cardinal principles of his pact with Nigerians is the responsibility to protect and fight insecurity to the barest minimum, adding that;
"I am therefore, always saddened by the reports of violence, terror attacks and criminality in any part of the country"
According to Peter Obi, the job of securing Nigeria and Nigerians must form the top priority of any serious government in power, adding that the security agencies must live up to their duties in building a new Nigeria, where Nigerians can feel safe and free.
The Labour Party 2023 presidential candidate finally urged the security agencies in the country to bring the perpetrators of such attacks to book, while also praying that God will console the bereaved families and grant eternal rest to those who lost their lives in the terrorist attack.
Here is Peter Obi's post below;
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