A Facebook user identified as Danielson Ali have taken to his page to share a video of Nigerian security forces seriously flogging Kidnappers reportedly caught in Niger State.
Watch video here: https://www.facebook.com/100007503728906/posts/2744556482471116/?app=fbl
In the 2 minutes video, the arrested kidnappers' hands were tied and the security operatives took turns flogging them one after the other, after which they were made to lay down on one side of the road as onlookers watch on.
See screenshots below;
According to Mr. Ali, the security operatives disguised as passengers of a commercial bus and travelled through the hot spots of the kidnappers who were laying in wait for their next victims. Unfortunately for them, instead of the usual unarmed passengers, it was security operatives they met them.
See post below;
"The people you are seeing are kidnappers, fulani arrested in Niger state . Army personal disguised themselves as passengers in commercial bus patrolling at black spot and from no nowhere they came out from the bush to attack them unfortunately for them they were arrested
Kudos to our Army."
The security concern facing Nigeria, and by extension, Niger State has attracted varied reactions. While some have remained objective in their analysis of the situation, others have exhibited outright and malicious falsehood and misleading rhetoric.
Niger State has its fair share of these mayhem and arson as no day or week passes without one form of attack or the other. There is no gain saying that the state is under siege from these criminal elements.
Kudos indeed to the Nigerian military for their playing their part in bringing these criminal elements to their kneels.
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