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Niger East Senator condemns attacks on Kagara town

Senator Mohammed Sani Musa, representing Niger East Senatorial District, has condemned the assault by armed bandits on Kagara in Rafi Native Authorities space on Wednesday.

Musa in an announcement made accessible to DAILY POST, described the assault on a business financial institution within the space and on harmless members of his constituency as somewhat unlucky.

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Commiserating with victims of the assault, he famous that the enemies of peace within the space would quickly be delivered to e book.

In response to him, “My deepest respect and admiration to the Emir of Kagara, His Royal Highness Alhaji Abubakar Salihu and the robust Kagara neighborhood for his or her resilient response to the latest mindless banditry assault.”

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Musa additionally reiterated the decision for the federal authorities to strengthen safety in Niger State, significantly in areas the place bandits have been terrorising.

The lawmaker counseled the efforts of safety operatives within the state together with members of the vigilante group, urging them to not relent of their selfless sacrifice in the direction of restoring peace within the state.

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He added, “I wish to categorical my deep condolences to the households of the victims of this mindless assault. The heroism of the Law enforcement officials is certainly one thing commendable.”

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