In this week alone Nigeria has witnessed a heightened security challenges, there have been incessant attack by bandits, kidnappers and even the notorious Boko Haram group. Students of Greenfield University in Kaduna State were abducted by bandits. The students were abducted on Tuesday in their school, this abduction happened few weeks after bandits abducted students of a forestry school in Kaduna state.
Unfortunately three of the kidnapped students have know been confirmed dead. According to a statement made by the Commissioner of Kaduna State Ministry of Internal Security and Hope Affairs, in the statement the bodies of the students were found on Friday in Kwanan Bature village, near the Greenfield University. President Muhammedu Buhari described the attack which has continued to occur in Kaduna state as "Barbaric Terror Attacks".
While the students were kidnapped on the 21th of April, before that, there was an attack in Ekiti state, south west Nigeria, where 6 people were confirmed to have died. So sad, on the 22nd 18 people were confirmed to have been kidnapped in Oyo state. On the same day, 45 people were confirmed dead in fresh attack in Zamfara state. The next day, 23th about 83 people were also killed in Zamfara state.
The former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani Kayode took to his Twitter handle to write about the sad incidence which has occurred this week and have claimed the lives of many innocent Nigerians. Insecurity has suddenly become a new pandemic in Nigeria that have continued to claim the lives of many innocent Nigerians. Although the military and other security agencies are trying their efforts to bring this challenge to an end. It is however a problem the whole country need to come on desk to solve.
Nigerians have continued to hope that these challenges will soon be a thing of the past, Nigerians have continued to pray that soon the government will come up with an appropriate solution to the challenge of insecurity in the country.
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