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24hrs after kidnap of Kankara Students Buhari went to inspect his cows (video)
Nigerians keep reacting negatively towards the poor impression impacted by President Mohammadu Buhari twenty-five hours after over six hundred students were abducted in Kankara local of Katsina State.
Expressing bitterly was the former media aide to ex-president Goodluck Jonathan, Reno Omokri on Monday evening, 14 December 2020 via a social tweet.
Omokri had created a comparison involving both incidences of Chibok girls and the recent Kankara boys.
He said during the 2014 tragic incident the then President, Goodluck was responsive compare to Buhari.
24 hours after both abduction Jonathan convened a National Secretary Council Meeting while Buhari headed to his farm to inspect his cows.
Recall that Boko Haram terrorists in 2014 invaded a girls’ secondary school whisked away two hundred and seventy-two female students.
Similarly, on 11 December 2020 insurgents hit a boys’ boarding school in Kankara, Katsina State made away with over six hundred boys.
Since then parents and guardians have staged a protest pressing for the speedy rescue of their kids.
The military has earlier on Saturday, 12 December disclosed that a hideout belonging to whiskers was dislodged and more efforts in progress to ascertain the safe return of the children.
However, the state Governor, Aminu Masari has briefed the press noting over three hundred kids are still missing