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End Bandits Killing Now, Aisha Buhari To Security Agencies

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The wife of the President of Nigeria, Aisha Buhari has spoken strongly on the continuous and unabated killings in Nigeria.

Aisha Buhari
Aisha Buhari

Aisha, while speaking on Saturday after distributing relief materials to over 25,000 victims of attacks in Katsina state, called on the security agencies to end banditry and other forms of insecurity in Nigeria.

The First Lady urged Nigerians to speak out against things that are wrong in the country.

“The security agents should either assist to take action or allow the situation continue until bandits finish killing our people,” she said.

“We are not supposed to be here giving rice, milk and others items to victims of an incident during Ramadan period. We should not keep quiet while things are happening, thinking that if something happens, today it will not happen tomorrow.

“What happened today will happen tomorrow, it will also happen next tomorrow if we are silent. It is compulsory to speak the truth, it is not proper for us to give highest number of votes during the general election and allow bandits to continue killing people and keep quiet. We must speak on whatever is going wrong in the country.”

She disclosed that she and her colleagues from Adamawa, Akwa Ibom, Nasarawa, Bayelsa contributed to the relief materials.

Those who benefitted from the distribution of relief materials were from Batsari, Kurfi, Faskari, Danmusa, Jibia, Safana, Kankara local government areas of the state.

Aisha was appreciated by the district head of Katsina Aminu Abdulmumini for her thoughtfulness.

He called the government to boost its effort towards curtaining insecurity

“These people need assistance, but they want the government to address the situation to enable them to continue with their normal life,” he said.

“Almost on daily basis, we hear sound of Nigerian Air Force fighter jets, yet, bandits are killing people, we don’t know what is happening.”

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