Lawan, in a statement by his media aide, Ola Awoniyi, in Abuja, expressed sadness and outrage that the incident happened while efforts were still being made to rescue those abducted just over a week ago at another secondary school in Kagara, Niger State.
The Senate President said the recurrent attacks on schools and other acts of banditry called for intense soul searching on how the nation arrived at this sorry path and how to cage the monster of violent crimes in Nigeria.
Lawan also expressed his sympathy for the abducted schoolgirls and urged the authorities at all levels to work together to ensure their immediate rescue.
Mixed Reactions On Twitter
Demola [email protected]
Ẹ kú condemnation! We are waiting for the "I'm shocked" geng. I remember during campaign that @MBuhari, said that if insurgency lasted for 1 month, the government had a hand in it.
We need an effective security arrangement
Obioncee [email protected]
Condemnation without action is nonsense. Oga Lawan get out. Punch for making this a headline make una get out too. Mtcheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeew!
Barking without biting. If you guys ain't expressing shock, you condemning. Zero action
The only thing @DrAhmadLawan
does is to condemn, but does nothing. How can you have power and cannot use it. You can pressure the executives to fight insecurity. Do something for once.
Na only condemn we dey condemn all these while . God save us
Okoronkwo tony [email protected]
Buratai will be laughing at Nigerians right now. I have come to believe that we are lacking in defence/ security equipment to fight insecurity in Nigeria. In time of peace, their was no plan to invest in defence. So countries' annual defence budget is over $100b annually
DCN LUCKY [email protected]
Nigerians should condemn the
@NGRSenate for failing to live up to expectation and disappointing the people they represent in the face of the worsening and persistent insecurity in our country.
Condemn by mouth but financially supporting them. The worst Senate ever
Mankwat NisaFlag of [email protected]_k476
We hear this everyday, more of words and actions towards safeguarding the nation is what we want to be hearing abeg
We also condemn your action & inaction of being a rubber stamp. You and the entire Senate are one of the reasons for the kidnap. If NASS had done their work, by now, we won't have a vegetable president who's so nepotic and destroying the nation.
UDEH N. [email protected]
as the President of #RobberStamp
@NGRSenate, lacks the moral locus to condemn abduction of school girls in Zamfara. For presiding over the most irresponsible Senate in Nigeria and refusing to do the needful, he too is a part of banditry and terrorism in Nigeria.
Continue to condemn, useless Senate president.
In the history of condemnation, this one is the most useless and worthless... Oga should stop wasting condemnation...
How long should we continue to condemn all these atrocities in Nigeria. What we need is action and not to be condemning up and down. People are dieing every day.
Useless leaders ,keep on condemning sometimes I wonder if these ppl are humans
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