Atiku: Killings in Nigeria have reached pandemic level

Atiku: Killings in Nigeria have reached pandemic level

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A former vice President of Nigeria, Alhaji Abukakar Atiku has raised concern over the worsening security situation across the Country, lamenting that the killings in Nigeria which have reached a pandemic level, should be a source of concern to every Nigerian.

He declared that “the killings in Benue and shooting to death of former presidential adviser, Ahmed Gulak by yet-to-be-identified persons stands condemned.

Atiku, Presidential Candidate of Peoples Democratic party in the 2019 general elections said this while reacting to Nigeria’s security situation.

According to him, “the spate of killings across the country should be a source of concern to every Nigerian. These needless killings have reached pandemic levels. The killings in Benue & shooting to death of former presidential adviser, Ahmed Gulak by yet-to-be-identified persons stands condemned.

“Unless, and until relevant agencies begin to hold persons accountable for their crimes, others will be emboldened to tread the same path of criminality”, he warned.

President Muhammadu Buhari had ordered security agents to hunt the killers of Gulak, the Adamawa politician who was shot dead by gunmen while on his way to catch a flight on Sunday in Owerri, Imo State Capital.

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