In less than twenty-four (24) hours after Nigerians celebrated the release of over 300 Government Girls Secondary School Jangebe, following their abduction by bandits late February, fifty (50) people have been reportedly abducted in Niger State.
Following this development, Nigeria's former presidential aide to Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, Reno Omokri, in a Twitter post, has cried out over the recurrent cases of abduction and kidnapping in the Northern parts Nigeria.
Reno Omokri, who sounds frustrated by the continued incidents of insecurity (kidnapping and banditory), queried to know who is in charge of Nigeria for bandits to give conditions to the Government.
In is argument, Reno Omokri questioned why the helicopter gunships and soldiers who should stop them are allegedly in Orlu, where according to him, there are no bandits. Be that as it may, President Muhammadu Buhari, yesterday, following the release of the Government Girls Secondary School Jangebe, assured Nigerians that his administration is working closely and relentlessly with the Armed Forces and the Nigerian Police Force to bring an end to this menace of kidnapping and banditry ravaging the North-East.
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