My Father has been killed by Herdsmen, El-rufai not doing enough – Singer, Joel Amadi laments

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Nigerian Singer, Joel Amadi has shared that his father has been killed by herdsmen amid the incessant killings in Kaduna State.

In a series of tweets he shared via his Twitter handle, he stated that El-rufai wasn’t doing enough to safeguard the citizens.
This comes a few hours after Joe El reported an attack on his father’s village Zikpak, Kafanchan, and also disclosed that his dad and some other villagers were missing
He wrote: its just been confirmed that my lovely Dad is dead-shot by herdsmen and my mom and sisters can’t even talk to me on phone please tag @elrufai he needs to know that he is not doing enough to curb the state of terrorism in Kaduna State.

7 Comments

  1. Most of the our government do not stand up for their duties. When they can save lives and properties, then what are they doing on the seat of the leadership. May his soul rest in perfect peace.

  2. No right think person will feel safe in any part of Northern Nigeria with the spate of insecurity in that part of the country. I recalled in early 2000 when Jos was boiling. I relocated to the Southern part of the country because i know that life is precious. I cant waste my life in the hand of people that does not value life. An almanjiri whose parents never spend a dime to train in school will carry matchet to strike a graduate dead. God its not my potion. Southern Kaduna is boiling and people are being killed almost on daily basis, yet no positve response from the state or Federal government. What we haver at the National Assembly are bunch of useless law makers who are just there making useless laws that effect nothing. The other day the y were on their knessing begging service chiefs to resign. Can you image such lame cheap talk. Instead of the lame ducks to pressurize the president or the presidency, whichever one is in charge to sack their service chiefs or face impeachment since the current ones are not living up to expection in tackling insurgency that is engulfing the land. The other day, 5 Aid workers were executed in Borno and nothing happens. Life goes on.

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