Adeyanju Urges Tinubu to Ensure Service Chiefs Relocate to Kaduna, Borno Following Abduction of 800 Children and Women | #NwokeukwuMascot

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Adeyanju Deji

Renowned human rights activist and lawyer, Adeyanju Deji, has called on President Bola Tinubu to direct the Service Chiefs to immediately relocate to Kaduna and Borno states. The plea comes in the wake of the distressing abduction of approximately 800 innocent children and women by bandits in the past week.


In a statement issued on Saturday by the Concerned Nigerians Group, Adeyanju also condemned the recent terrorist attack on a mosque in Kaduna, which tragically claimed innocent lives.


"The abduction of 800 children and women is an atrocious crime that cannot be tolerated. It serves as a painful reminder of the deteriorating security situation in Nigeria, particularly in the northern region. The lives of these young students and women are in grave danger, and swift and decisive measures must be taken to secure their safe release.


"We firmly believe that the presence of the Service Chiefs in Kaduna and Borno states will demonstrate the government's unwavering commitment to the safety and security of its citizens. It will provide reassurance to the affected communities and serve as a symbol of resolve in combating these acts of terror.


"I also propose that the Service Chiefs refrain from returning to Abuja until tangible progress is made in rescuing the abducted students and women. This approach will ensure that the situation receives the utmost attention and necessary resources for a swift resolution.


"Adeyanju acknowledges that the fight against terrorism and insecurity is a complex and multifaceted task. However, it is imperative for the government to showcase its unwavering dedication to protecting the lives and well-being of its citizens. He urges President Tinubu to take immediate action and deploy all necessary resources to secure the safe return of the abducted students and women, and to restore peace and security in the country."


According to reports, over 287 students were kidnapped by terrorists in the neighbouring Chikun Local Government Area of the state.

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