A popular All Progressive Congress (APC) chieftain, Joe Igbokwe, has reacted to the unfortunate death of Musa Ukagba in Imo State. As he expressed his dissatisfaction with the continued killing in the south east, Igbokwe wrote on his Facebook timeline that "Bandits are still killing people in Igboland. Musa Ukagba goes down in Akwakwuma Okporo Orlu, Imo State today. He just came back to the village. Who's next?"
It's sad that cases like these keep getting reported every day. The Nigeria security forces must stand up to its feet and fight against these criminals who are hell-bent on distorting peace and harmony in the country.
We can continue to lose prolific individuals every day. Just as Igbokwe questioned, who'll be the next victim of these bloody Killers? Well, there's a need for Nigerians to be security conscious. Everyone must ensure to be vigilant, watch out for strange groups in the society and report to the nearest security agency.
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