Rate of kidnappings/killings: It speaks doom for all Nigerians-Reps wails

The incessant kidnappings, killings and rampaging of schools, abduction of school boys and girls by kidnappers across the country, especially the North Western and Eastern parts has attracted responses of good spirited Nigerians condemning the security loopholes bedeviling the nation.

A Federal Lawmaker, Hon Zakaria Dauda Nyampa who is representing Michika/Madagali federal constituency in the national Assembly took to his Facebook official page and wailed that the present security challenge in the country speaks doom for all Nigerians.

The Lawmaker worried that the rate at which children are becoming orphans and students being kidnapped is on alarming rate and no one seems to give a solution to the disturbing acts.

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Dauda made a passionate call that Nigerians must turn to God in seeking his Mercy to intervene as the increase numbers of fire arms in the hands of many as bandits and the silence of many people is driving this country to an ungovernable point.

“It speak Doom for all, have watched the rate of young officers dying recently in the military, the killing and kidnapping of hundreds of students, the increased numbers of kids that have hope in their parents but now are orphans , the increased numbers of arms in the hands of the bandits , the dumbness in the ears of men. Individually and collectively we must turn to God for repentance and have mercy upon our country. God bless Nigeria.” Dauda said

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