Adams alleges suspicion in murder of Sowore’s younger brother
The Aare Ona Kakanfo of Yorubaland, Iba Gani Abiodun Adams, has alleged that the killing of the younger brother of Publisher of Sahara Reporters, Olajide Sowore, was suspicious, saying it was a reflection of the porous security situation in the country.
Adams, however, urged the police to unravel the true circumstances surrounding the killing and bring the culprits to book.
In a statement by his Special Assistant on Media, Kehinde Aderemi, Adams expressed sadness and maintained that the killing was a testimony of the protracted security situation in the country.
Adam flayed the security situation, adding that nobody is safe in the country.
“The security situation in Nigeria is becoming so worrisome by the day and the country is heading towards a tailspin. It is a reflection of Federal Government’s failure to tackle the security challenges in the country. It is only in Nigeria that the government feels comfortable when people are killed by suspected Fulani herdsmen,” he said.
Adams also urged the Federal Government to concentrate on finding solutions to the security challenges in the country, noting that the killing of Sowore’s younger brother, rather than dampen his spirit, would only heighten his spirits.
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