- Bandits continue to lurk on the busy Abuja-Kaduna road, kidnapping many travelers
- As a result, the House of Representatives has become concerned about the increasing Uncertainty expressed along the highway
- The legislature therefore urged the government to meet its responsibility and save the lives of Nigerians on the highway
Following the ongoing kidnapping of Nigerians on the Kaduna-Abuja highway, the House of Representatives called on the security authorities on Wednesday November to meet their responsibilities.
< p class = "align-left"> Legislators have to stop the attacks and save lives
The Daily Trust Newspaper reports that the House of Representatives has received a motion from Abubakar Hassan Nalaraba ( APC, Nassarawa) has assumed the increasing attacks on travelers on the street as alarming.
Nalaraba said the incessant attacks by bandits on travelers on the Abuja-Kaduna Highway stoke fear and concern among Nigerians and socio-economic freedom of movement Engagements threaten.
Group blames the failure of the secret services for the recent murder of the army general
In In the meantime, a coalition of 76 non-governmental organizations and civil society activists have taken down the arms of the military and the Department of State Security Services (DSS) for ongoing terrorist attacks on military formations and other state infrastructure “align-left”> The activists also complained about the kidnappings and robberies of bandits who said the attacks were not just a setback to the war on insecurity, but a blatant one embarrassment for the armed forces and Nigeria in general.
The group referred in particular to the recent broad day kidnapping of travelers along Abuj a-Kaduna Street, an attack in Borno, in which a general and three other soldiers were killed, the attack on a train to Kaduna-Abuja and several other unambiguous cases of intelligence failure.
In a joint report by Dr. Aliyu Bello from the Peace and Conflict Resolution Initiative and Ambassador Jude Uchenna from the Alliance for Justice and Peace called on the federal government and the military high command to immediately recruit those behind intelligence information.
Military monitored the Kaduna-Abuja railway with helicopters
In a similar development, the Nigerian military has some of its attack helicopters to monitor the Kaduna-Abuja railway line after the recent attack by armed bandits on train passengers. < / p>
When announcing the start of the military exercise, Brigadier General Onyeuko said:
” The most important thing is the Nigerian Air Force is at the Railway tracks present. Suffice it to say that the operation has started. Even if you arrive by road, you will see our helicopters along this route. ’’