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JUST IN:Miyetti Allah condemns herdsmen attack in Enugu

Nine people were attacked and killed by suspected herdsmen at the Mgbuji community in Isiuzo LGA of Enugu State, according to Alhaji Gidado Siddiki, a chieftain of the South East Zone of the Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders’ Association of Nigeria.
Alhaji Siddiki called the attack barbaric in a statement he released on Sunday in Enugu.He instructed security personnel to apprehend and prosecute the evildoers.
“Our hearts bleed over the most vile attack and murder of innocent men and women at Mgbuji community Isuzo LGA of Enugu,” he declared.According to security statistics, the incident occurred on Thursday, November 24, 2022, and it was reported that some marauding killers invaded the Mgbuji community under the guise of herdsmen and killed approximately nine people.It is extremely regrettable and highly condemnable.
“Again, the activities of criminals who have no regard for the value of human life make our society ache.It is regrettable that the government’s security forces have been unable to contain these criminals’ excesses, which have continued to diminish the value of life in our society.
“I would like to express my deepest sympathies to the Executive Governor of Enugu State, the Executive Chairman of Isuzo LGA, the families of the deceased, and the good people of Enugu State for their loss, which is extremely painful and cannot be repaired.
“I once again call on the government to rise to the occasion and provide adequate security for Nigerian citizens across the entire country.I maintain that all forms of criminal activity are anti-social.Every kind of criminal harms society, so they should be properly identified and punished to the full extent of the law.
“We are very hopeful that this occasion will agitate the government sufficiently to respond to the challenge of criminality among us, even as we mourn the sudden death of our brothers and sisters.
“Please allow us all to be properly consoled.He prayed, “May God receive the souls of His faithful servants in paradise.”

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