Insecurity: ACF mourns ex-Zamfara governorship candidate

Insecurity: ACF mourns ex-Zamfara governorship candidate


The Arewa Consultative Dialogue board (ACF) on Monday in Kaduna mourned the Zamfara ex-governorship candidate who used to be killed in Rijana Kaduna Abuja expressway recently, describing the frequent abduction, killings of innocent passengers and travellers along the Abuja /Kaduna twin carriageway by bandits as a nationwide shame

Suspected gunmen had on Sunday killed Hamida Sagir, an ex- governorship candidate, kidnapped his police dapper and several other travellers along Kaduna Abuja twin carriageway

Reacting on Monday, Emmanuel Yawe, National Publicity Secretary, of the ACF in a observation, expressed concern that Nigerians are day-to-day being terrorised, kidnapped, and killed without due regard to human lives.

He said the continuous killings of innocent Nigerians on the twin carriageway posed a nationwide shame and described it as unacceptable to the forum

He said the most modern sufferer of the fright is Hamida Sagir, a retired Director of Protocol on the Federal Capital Pattern Authority FCDA and a ragged governorship aspirant in Zamfara State.

He used to be shot and killed at Rijana, on the Abuja Kaduna expressway.

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He said Rijana has turn valid into a favored area where terrorist attacks are committed on a day-to-day and routine foundation.

” We are afraid that every single day Nigerians are attacked at this identical area and our security men seem helpless in sorting out the safety concerns that put such attacks on the identical area straightforward.” He said

The observation appealed to the federal authorities, and the Kaduna State authorities no longer to relent efforts at guaranteeing 24hours vigilant on the twin carriageway by the safety brokers

The group condoled with the fast family of the slain Hamida Sagir and the Zamfara State authorities and prayed the Almighty Allah to provide them the fortitude to bag the tragedy.

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