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Nnamdi Kanu, Igboho Arrest: Deploy Same Tactics Adopted In Tackling Bandits – Group Blasts FG

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Group under the auspices of Southern Kaduna Peoples Union has urged the government to deploy the same tactics adopted in the arrest of the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu, and Yoruba Nation activist, Sunday Adeyemo, aka Sunday Igboho, in tackling the rampaging bandits in the North.

The SOKAPU’s National President, Jonathan Asake, who carpeted the Federal Government over the arrest and detention of activists across the country. stated this while addressing journalists in Kaduna on Thursday.

The SOKAPU leader also alleged that over 100 natives had so far been killed in communities in the Zango-Kataf Local Government Area of the state recently.

According to him, the government must stop the use of force on mere agitators, while pampering terrorists in the North.

Asake, a former House of Representatives member, said, “Again, this year, with the commencement of another rainy season, the onslaughts have resumed, which coincide with the period when our farming communities need to be on their farms.

“With particular reference are the recent attacks on communities in Zangon Kataf LGA, where no fewer than 100 persons have been massacred within seven days, 12 villages completely decimated and over 90 per cent of Atyap land deserted by inhabitants over fears of frightening uncertainties.

“It is sadly unbelievable that 10 days after these massacres and displacement in our communities from all observable indices, there appears to be a conspiracy of silence or a deliberate attempt by the government to downplay the severity of the atrocities and genocides being perpetrated by these attackers across our communities.”

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