Ohanaeze-ndi Igbo express concern over terrorists’ killings in Nigeria

The President of the Ohanaeze-Ndi Igbo in Kano, Chris Azuka, on Thursday, expressed his worries over the continued killings in Nigeria by unknown gunmen and called for urgent action in tackling the situation.

Mr. Azuka was at the Federal College of Education, Kano, where he condoled with the school’s management over the recent gun attack there which claimed scores of students’ lives.

He said the situation was unacceptable and something should be done to arrest it.

He said for whatever reason, innocent students, who were full of expectations of a brighter life, should be spared to pursue their studies because killing them would only scare them away from education.

“The Ohanaeze worldwide wishes to condole you over the death of your students and have been fully aware of your commitment towards protecting the lives and property of your students, we wish to register our sympathy over this tragic incident,” Mr. Azuka said.

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