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    It Can Never Happen In Yemen Or Afghanistan, Shehu Sani Goes Bitter Over The Killing By Bandits

    Fartech
    Apr 23, 2021 3:19 AM


    The rate at which this bandits operate at will is becoming alarming. The Federal Government should take charge and wipe them out for a peaceful society. If actually the development of the country matters to our leaders, its time for them to tackle this menace proactively.

    Senator Shehu Sani a proactive and outspoken human right activist has taken to his Twitter handle to express his bitterness and sadness over the killings that took place in almost 13 communities across Zamfara state. In his tweet he related this senseless killings to what happens in places like Afghanistan and Yemen.

    He highlighted that even those countries have not witness the kind of killings that took place in Zamfara. His tweet reads "Sixty people massacred in 13 Zamfara communities in One day;Not even in Yemen or Afghanistan can this scale of carnage happen in recent times. My condolences to the families of the victims."


    The rate at which this bandits operate at will is becoming alarming. The Federal Government should take charge and wipe them out for a peaceful society. If actually the development of the country matters to our leaders, its time for them to tackle this menace proactively. 

    Senator Shehu Sani a proactive and outspoken human right activist has taken to his Twitter handle to express his bitterness and sadness over the killings that took place in almost 13 communities across Zamfara state. In his tweet he related this senseless killings to what happens in places like Afghanistan and Yemen.

    He highlighted that even those countries have not witness the kind of killings that took place in Zamfara. His tweet reads "Sixty people massacred in 13 Zamfara communities in One day;Not even in Yemen or Afghanistan can this scale of carnage happen in recent times. My condolences to the families of the victims."

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