The issue of insecurity in Nigeria today is something that must be dealt with. In Nigeria today, hardly will a day pass without hearing one form of bad news or the other. Just yesterday, it was reported that armed Fulani herdsmen killed over 15 person in Ebonyi State. The ugly incident reportedly took place in Egedegede Community in Ishielu Local Government Area of the State.
Based on that note, the governor of Ebonyi State, Dave Umahi decided to speak. While speaking, the Ebonyi State governor made it clear that despite all the protections he has given to the Fulani herdsmen in the eastern region, they still went ahead to kill his people in Ebonyi State.
This is really a sad incident. When will these killings end in our land? With all these these killings presently going on in Nigeria, many people are asking questions so as to know what the federal government is doing about this.
The primary responsibility of any government is to protect the lives and properties big the citizens, when the government couldn't do that, it simply means that the government has failed. Something must be done now before it becomes too late.
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