Lately, there have been series of insecurity issues in different parts of the country. Several innocent Nigerians have lost their lives as a result of insecuriy, ranging from banditry, insurgency and other forms of insecuriy.
Earlier today, it was reported that security operatives arrested three Kastina women for allegedly supplying petrol to bandits. This arrest that was done by the security operatives caused several Nigerians to react differently.
Based on that note, a well known member of the ruling All Progressives Congress and a strong supporter of President Muhammadu Buhari, Joe Igbokwe decided to react. While reacting, he asked to know whether it was President Buhari that sent the women to supply petrol to the bandits.
This is really a funny one from Joe Igbokwe. But on the other hand, the men of the Nigerian Police Force must be commended for arresting these criminals. We all hope and pray that one day all these issues of insecuriy will become history.
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