INSECURITY: ”IF THE WAY THEY ARE GOING AFTER NNAMDI KANU AND SUNDAY IGBOHO IS APPLIED TO BANDITS, THINGS WOULD HAVE BEEN BETTER FOR US IN KADUNA”- SHEHU SANI

INSECURITY: ”IF THE WAY THEY ARE GOING AFTER NNAMDI KANU AND SUNDAY IGBOHO IS APPLIED TO BANDITS, THINGS WOULD HAVE BEEN BETTER FOR US IN KADUNA”- SHEHU SANI

A former senator representing Kaduna central, Senator Shehu Sani, has said that the Federal government is more interested in arresting secessionists instead of putting all the energy it has in going after bandits and kidnappers terrorizing Nigeria.

In an interview with Arise TV this morning, Sani said if the way ”they” are going after Nnamdi Kanu and Sunday Igboho is applied to bandits, things would have been better for residents of Kaduna and in the North.

“I can say in comparative terms that there’s more interest for the government in going after secessionists than going after bandits. I’m not a supporter of secessionists and I believe that secession agitation are virtually wrong and we should work towards a united Nigeria.

But I believe that if the same effort, the way they are going after Nnamdi Kanu and Sunday Igboho is applied to these bandits, things would have been better for us in Kaduna and the north-western part of the country. Arresting bandits is more important to us than the issues of Igboho and Kanu as far as I’m concerned.”

On the state of security in Kaduna state, the former Senator said only two out of the 23 LGAs in the state are safe. 

“Abduction has become a daily tragedy in Kaduna state, many even go unreported. Those that are reported are either mass abduction or the abduction of prominent people. We have reached a point, today, in this state where the only local government that are safe are two — Kaduna North and Kaduna South,” he said.

All the other local governments in the state are under siege of bandits. We have never seen this kind of trouble and it appears that the abductions are even increasing by the day. All the four entrances to Kaduna state are all under bandits attack.

Anytime after 7pm, people in the outskirts virtually move to the centre of the city to go back in the morning.”he said

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