In­se­cu­rity: Nwagwu con­demns PDP’s Kano rally

Daily Trust - - NEWS - By Fran­cis Okeke

A del­e­gate rep­re­sent­ing civil so­ci­ety or­gan­i­sa­tions at the Na­tional Con­fer­ence, Ezenwa Nwagwu, has con­demned the People’s Demo­cratic Party (PDP) for “dancing on tele­vi­sion” in Kano while the coun­try is mourn­ing vic­tims of the Abuja bomb blast and the ab­duc­tion of school girls in Chi­bok, Borno State yes­ter­day.

Ezenwa, who was con­tribut­ing to dis­cus­sions on the se­cu­rity sit­u­a­tion in the coun­try, also lamented that eco­nomic hit men have taken over the coun­try.

“My con­cern is with the qual­ity of the Nige­rian; I am con­cerned be­cause we are so used to mak­ing our cit­i­zens sta­tis­tics; we have be­come mere sta­tis­tics.

“There are no names at­tached to this 71; no names at­tached to the 100 girls and the con­cern about that is that people say don’t play pol­i­tics, as we speak, as we grieve, as we mourn, some po­lit­i­cal party are hav­ing rally in Kano to­day.”

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