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Published On: Wed, Apr 23rd, 2014

Nyanya Bomb Blast: Nda-Isaiah condemns attack, tasks FG on security

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Piqued by the incessant killings in the country especially the recent bomb blast in Nyanya, a suburb of the Federal Capital Territory, All Progressive Congress (APC) presidential aspirant and former Chairman of Leadership Group, Mr. Sam Nda-Isaiah has condemned the incident where about 75 Nigerians lost their lives while over 250, were injured.

Nda-Isaiah in a statement however called for immediate review of the country’s security apparatus noting that if something is not done urgently to fix the country’s security system, it should be considered that the country has failed as individuals’ lives and properties can no longer be protected by government.

“Or how can you explain this bloodletting every day, there is no single day in this country without a report of killings here and there and the government is not doing enough to stem the tide” he said.

He said the efforts of the present administration to checkmate the incessant killings has been very poor hence its perpetrators are having a field day.

According to him “it is has been a very serious rumour that this present administration have not been given security agencies their due budgetary allocation hence they are not well equipped to do their job” he also said.

While assuring Nigerians of the need to protect their votes in coming elections to avoid electing wrong leaders, the erudite media entrepreneur said that the 2015 general elections was critical to the survival of the nation.

He added that the only way out of the whole mess Nigeria was the enthronement of credible and responsible leadership at the top wherein a more focused and result oriented leaders would emerge.


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