Last night, I escaped being killed in Delta State by unknown Gunmen - Man Says on Twitter
By IdikaIdman | self meida writer
Published 3 days ago - 8365 views
On a serious note, the issue of insecurity in this country is no longer a funny topic and it's high time the government expedites actions by taking proactive measures and doubling its efforts in the fight against insurgency and terrorism which has bedeviled the country, else issues like will keep on occurring.
Just recently, A Nigerian man took to the microblogging platform, Twitter to share how he managed to escape being assassinated by some unknown gunmen in Delta State. The Nigerian man, Harrison Gwamnishimu, a social justice advocate and a key figure during the #Endsars protest disclosed this on his official Twitter page, and according to him, the horrible incident happened in Delta State, Nigeria.
While sharing pictures of his car which has been shattered by bullets, the young activist further disclosed that no life was lost in the attack. Many Nigerians reacted and shared voices to the sad development and here are some of their reactions.
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