A video was posted on youtube and in the video, a youth leader from Niger State, Nigeria have warned that president Muhammadu Buhari should do something about the insecurity situation in the country or else they will take the laws into their hands.
He said he wants the president to allow justice to prevail by allowing them use Ak-47 rifles just the way the Fulani's are using to terrorize them. He revealed that they saw them a day prior to the video, People said to be Fulani's and not armed bandits who came to a village and killed people numbering up to 20.
He also revealed that some other injured people are at the hospital, and their initial plan was to attack IDP camp but they decided to attack the village because it was closer.
Speaking further, he noted that if they voted for the president, he should do something or else they would rise and anything within their power to secure their land, a village in Niger State.
See screenshots of the youth leader speaking in the video below:
Click the link below to watch the video on youtube: https://youtu.be/_D5eEbaLVxw
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