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Lawmaker blasts Buhari over continued killing of Nigerians by Bandits (Video)

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√ “Talk about bandits killing Nigerians more than Coronavirus” Lawmaker beg Senate

A member of the Nigerian National Assembly has pleaded with his colleagues to give more attention to activities of banditry in Nigeria.

He said the rate of attention paid to the COVID-19 pandemic should be redirected to arresting issues of bandits adding that casualties of the virus can not be equal to a number of deaths lost properties inflicted by the armed killers.

The Lawmaker, Honorable Mohammed Kazaure, from Jigawa State blasted President Mohammadu Buhari to not had declared a state of emergency on security or been treated the same way Nigerians stood against the deadly virus.

He noted that most discredit lashed out All Progressive Congress as Party is because of the level of insecurity ravaging the country and not corona.

He maintained that the President, by now ought to have shutdown many borders and entrances to the country being used by the armed invaders instead of locking up Nigerians yet they are killed daily in their homes.

Meanwhile, the Federal government has obtained notice of plans by Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) calling for special security intervention by the international community to protect religious houses.

Kazaura remarked while reacting to Motion “on need relevant security agencies to bring to an end the spate of oblivious kidnapping, armed banditry and killings” across states of the federal, said he never believe Coronavirus exists.

The President’s Spokesman, Garba Shehu disclosed on Sunday said Mazi Nnamdi Kanu led IPOB is spending $85 million monthly to effect the moves.

Shehu denied the killing of Christians in any part of the country urged the concerned bodies to disregard the call noting that Kanu’s aim is to wage war against Nigeria and thereby restore Biafra.

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