People are being killed, roasted in Kagoro Southern Kaduna – CAN

People are being killed, roasted in Kagoro Southern Kaduna – CAN

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..Calls for yourself defense
…Asks when’ ll the killings of Innocent people in Kaduna stop?

By Achadu Gabriel, Kaduna

Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) Kaduna State Chapter has also join others to express sadness and grief following what it decried as the continued killings, kidnappings, banditry, and the “unimaginable evil going on in Kaduna state, unabated or without any substantial action by the Government and Security Forces.

In a statement on Monday by the state CAN Chairman Rev. Joseph John Hayab, stated that “One only needs to see how human beings are killed and roasted by bandits that attacked Kagoro.

“How long will this evil continue and when will our leaders act dutifully? Kaduna State citizens are tired of Government’s rhetorical responses without concrete action taken to protect lives and property”, he stated.

“Accordingly, we want to hear and
see the killers and kidnappers arrested as the government’s usual media condemnation whenever there is havoc is not good enough.

“Meanwhile, we appeal to citizens to also wake up and do the needful, protecting their lives and
community. When a government fails to protect you, you ought to find a means of defending
yourself.
“For the records, Kaduna state has lost several lives in the past four years while the leaders scarcely show empathy or concern for the victims seeing that the government’s response is usually in the media.
“Sadly, the dead cannot read nor listen to the news. Then of what use is media condemnation”, he stated.
CAN, therefore called on the Kaduna State Government to swallow her pride and accept that she has failed the people, genuinely seeking help to immediately halt the wanton killings, kidnappings, and terrorist activities going on in the state.
“Governor El-rufai and his team should focus on the fight to salvage the state so that he will be
remembered for good when he leaves office’, he added.

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