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Atiku Abubakar Blows Hot On Buhari, Declares The Killings Must End Today, Mentions The United Kingdom

The Presidential Candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Atiku Abubakar, has condemned the killing of foreigners in Nigeria.

He made the disclosure in a statement which he personally signed, on Monday morning.

The statement reads in full:

We need to keep Nigeria safe for Nigerians and foreigners. The death of any Nigerian or Foreigner from terror, crime, or insecurity, grieves my heart. Nobody’s life is worth taking to advance a religious, political, or criminal cause. 

I condemn the killing of British Aid Worker, Faye Mooney, and her Nigerian colleague, Mathew Oguche. I condemn these recent killings in the strongest possible terms, and I want the government and people of the United Kingdom to know that these atrocious actions do not reflect Nigeria’s national character. 

These killings must end, or Nigeria will lose desperately needed friends, partners, and investors. Not only do I condemn this recent killing, but I make an urgent call for the Federal and State Authorities, to track down the culprits and make them pay for their crimes. The time for empty rhetoric is long gone. Now is the time for urgent national action to stem insecurity.

Nigeria must once again become synonymous with peace, progress, and prosperity. This can only happen when crime and punishment are a natural cause and effect.

As long as there is impunity, our nation will lack unity and security. Impunity must end and must end today. These crimes continue to reoccur, because previous killings have not been met with justice. 

When the punishment for crimes are not forthcoming, criminals are emboldened to commit even worse crimes.



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