Atiku Criticizes Attack On Adamawa Communities

Former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar has spoken out against attacks by some unknown gunmen in his native Adamawa state.

Atiku labelled the attack on the communities in Adamawa as a very heinous act that should not be encouraged in the community. Taking to his Twitter page, he consoled the victims of the attack.

He captioned his post as: “I categorically condemn the killings in some communities of Adamawa earlier today,

“Human life is sacrosanct and no matter how often these attacks occur, we must never get used to them. They are unacceptable.

“They must stop. And we as Nigerians have a duty to work with governments at all levels to make sure that these attacks are brought to an end”,

I also condole with the government of Adamawa state, that I know is doing their utmost, within their constitutional powers, to put a halt to these attacks and other forms of insecurity.

“May God grant the departed rest in His bosom, and in Al Jannah Firdaus. And may He bless Nigeria and guide us out of these present troubles”, 

His post sparked some mixed reactions as netizens slid under his post and commented.

@iamowokoko: Dem take condemn do una ? Everything Na so so condemn una day condemn am with no ACTION .. me self I condemn this ur post

@101rays: Ahhh!! You tweeted finally?

 @Tee_Classiquem1: Good evening sir, God will repay you for condenming the killings in Adamawa, please what is your take on Federal government publicly supporting Gumi and Isa Pantami?

@TJnstyn: He wouldn’t answer that because they are northerners

@KofoMaria: When it comes to northern part of the country ….they will come to speak …what about those killed during the endsars protest and their bodies were never recovered…… And beside why is he tweeting since they barned this platform

@Tclue1: Pls past and present leaders shouldn’t feel less concern because there children are safe Think about the life of the common man We deserve to live in our fathers land without fear or intimidation We are Nigerians This our land

Source: Newzandar News

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