Peter Obi Condemns Daily Terrorist Activities in Nigeria

The 2023 presidential candidate for the Labour Party, Peter Obi, has expressed concern over the ongoing terrorist attacks in Nigeria, emphasizing that the nation’s economic stability is being eroded by insecurity.
Obi lamented the frequency of terrorist activities, which now occur daily in the country. His remarks came in response to the recent massacre of approximately 50 individuals in the Ukum area of Benue State, as well as the abduction of women and children in Borno State.
Posting on X, Obi wrote: “Once again, Nigerians are besieged by reports of terror attacks in different parts of the country. “While about 50 persons, including a family of seven, were reportedly killed in a militia gang war in the Ukum area of Benue State, over 100 internally displaced persons, mostly women, were reported to have been abducted in by terrorists in Borno State.
“Aside from the sad and painful loss of precious human lives to these terror attacks, our dear nation has continued to lose its economic and social life to insecurity.“
More worrisome is that these attacks now occur almost daily. We must not allow our dear nation to continue this dangerous slide into anarchy. I was equally shocked to read that farmers in Northern Nigeria now pay bandits up to N100,000 for permission to farm or risk being attacked.”
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