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Zabarmari Massacre: Northern Governors Can Now See #EndSARS IS Not Their Problem- Sani

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Chukwuemeka Joseph
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Former Kaduna Central Senator, Shehu Sani has, on Monday, told Northern governors that the #EndSARS protest was not their problem.

Sani, who took to his Twitter page to react to the recent killing of rice farmers, said that the Northern governors can now see the "location of their real problems".

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"Some weeks ago in Kaduna, Northern Governors said #EndSARS protests was their problem;Now with 110 decapitations they can see the location of their real problem," Sani tweeted.

Sani's tweet comes less than 48 hours after men of the Boko Haram sect attacked the Zamarbari local government area of Borno State, beheading 43 farmers who were working on a rice field.

It will be recalled that governors from the Northern region had, in the course of October, kicked against the protest calling for the disbandment of the special anti-robbery (SARS)  unit of the Nigerian Police Force.

According to the governors, the SARS unit of the police had helped to keep the region safe from armed robbery, kidnappers, and bandit attacks.

However, in recent times, there have been frequent reports of kidnapping, bandits, and terrorist attacks, with the most recent of all being the massacre of rice farmers by suspected members of the Boko Haram sect in the Zamrbari local government area of Borno State.

 

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Chukwuemeka Joseph
Chukwuemeka Joseph

Joseph Chukwuemeka Ayo is a journalist, who has a great interest in investigative reporting. He i...

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