BUHARI MOURNS VICTIMS OF INSECURITY, CONDEMNS NATIONWIDE BLOODLETTING

Written by on May 10, 2021

PRESIDENT MUHAMMADU BUHARI YESTERDAY BEMOANED THE KILLINGS IN THE COUNTRY THAT HAVE WORSENED THE NATION’S SECURITY CHALLENGES.

THE PRESIDENT, IN A STATEMENT BY HIS SPOKESMAN, GARBA SHEHU, CONDOLED WITH THE RELATIVES OF THOSE WHO LOST THEIR LIVES IN WHAT HE CALLED MADNESS GOING ON NATIONWIDE.

THE KILLINGS CONTINUED AT THE WEEKEND AS BANDITS MURDERED NO FEWER THAN 11 PERSONS IN KATSINA AND KADUNA STATES.

ALSO, GUNMEN SUSTAINED THEIR ATTACKS ON POLICE FACILITIES IN THE SOUTH-EAST AS THEY HIT A POLICE STATION IN UMUAHIA, ABIA STATE CAPITAL.

BUHARI, WHO CALLED FOR A LOW-KEY EID AL-FITR CELEBRATION AS A RESULT OF THE GLOBAL COVID-19 PANDEMIC SAID: “AS MUSLIMS IN NIGERIA JOIN OTHERS GLOBALLY IN PREPARATIONS TOWARDS EID AL-FITR, A DAY THAT IS CELEBRATED TO MARK THE END OF RAMADAN, THE MONTH OF FASTING, PRESIDENT BUHARI HAS DIRECTED THAT ALL CELEBRATIONS ARE LIMITED DUE TO THE GLOBAL CORONAVIRUS CRISIS.


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