Labour Party Presidential Candidate Peter Obi Condemns Deadly Attacks in Plateau State
Presidential candidate of the Labour Party (LP) for the 2023 elections, Peter Obi, has strongly criticized the latest wave of assaults on varied communities in Mangu Local Government Area of Plateau State.
Reports from Naija News revealed that Solomon Marren, a member of the House of Representatives, disclosed that over 200 folks have been killed in the native council inside the previous three days.
Expressing his sorrow by an announcement on his verified Twitter account, Obi expressed deep unhappiness upon studying in regards to the killings, notably involving girls and youngsters in the realm.
He emphasised that the continual incidents of violence, kidnapping, maiming, and terrorism in the North Central state have to be condemned by all Nigerians.
As a former Governor of Anambra, Obi urged the safety businesses and the federal government to deal with the alarming descent into anarchy.
He appealed to the safety businesses to accentuate their efforts in combating the pervasive insecurity, warning in opposition to a future the place the complete nation turns into uninhabitable.
Obi emphasised the sacredness of human lives and the necessity for each Nigerian to be shielded from mindless deaths.
He known as for a extra proactive strategy in tackling the escalating insecurity to stop additional deterioration.
Additionally, he highlighted the importance of constructing Nigeria’s financial system and offering productive engagement alternatives for the youth, as a way to bridge ethnic and non secular divisions and finally cut back insecurity.
In conclusion, Peter Obi expressed his deep concern for the victims, together with the deceased, injured, and displaced people, whereas extending his condolences to the affected households and the folks of Plateau State.
He reiterated his dedication to praying for a greater Nigeria and known as on everybody to rise to the problem of constructing a brand new Nigeria, the place security and prosperity are accessible to all.
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