Earlier today, it was reported by many media outlets, including Sahara Reporters that unknown gunmen that have been terrorizing the citizens have caused another havoc. According to reports, the gunmen attacked a checkpoint in Enugu and sent two police officers to their early graves.
Taking to twitter to react to this sad news, a furious Aisha Yesufu slammed the Nigeria Police for exhibiting a nonchalant attitude even when Police are killed. She said these killers have to be stopped. Or else when they are done with security agents, the people will be a walk in the park for them.
As expected, as soon as Aisha Yesufu slammed the Nigeria Police, many Nigerians have taken to her comment section to express their thoughts on this matter. However, most of the people that reacted supported what she said, while few others said one thing or another about her opinion.
Do you agree with what Aisha Yesufu said? Let us have your views below.
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