A popularly known sociopolitical activist, Aisha Yusufu has recently taken to her official Twitter page as she reacts in regard to a report which discloses that six policemen were feared killed in Anambra State.
Aisha Yesufu allegedly reacted against the sudden incident that eliminated the lives of six police officers in the state. Yesufu was focused on the security of the citizens within Nigeria. Her Tweet was also followed with 'Saraha Reporters' report which gives details of the incident that occurred in Anambra State. It was gathered that the security vehicle officers was burnt in the process. Three policemen and three naval officers were killed by the suspected gunmen.
[The Merged Picture Of Burning Vehicle Is Used For Illustration]
“Oh God! What is all this? What is the worth of a Nigerian life? If security agents can be killed so shabbily, what then become of citizens?” — Aisha Yusufu Tweeted.
Here Is The Screenshot Of Aisha Yesufu's Tweet:
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