For the past few weeks some unknown gunmen has been masquerading around the country killing security operatives and burning down police stations.
This incessant attacks on security operatives and Nigerian by the so called unknown gunmen has become a national security crisis.
Reacting to this, Mr Macaroni took to his Twitter account to lament that the government is yet to find solution or viable way to quench known gunmen, how then will they find the unknown gunmen?
He said that the everyday killing of innocent Nigerians by this unknown gunmen spells trouble for the Nation because the government hasn't found the known ones. Therefore, they might not be able to find the unknown ones.
In this context, the known gunmen he's talking about is the likes of the Boko Haram, Bandits, and the Killer Fulani herdsmen that are currently ravaging the country.
His concerns are valid, the heinous crimes being committed by this unknown gunmen is getting out of hand, if not curbed might metamorphose into a full blown terrorism.
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