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Security agencies not in sync during attack in Kaduna– Gov. Sani



By Hannah Nathan, Warri

According to Kaduna State Governor Uba Sani, there was a lack of coordination among Nigerian security services about the accidental bombing of the Tudun-Biri hamlet.

He asked the Senate to help make sure the survivors get justice.

The governor was responding to statements made on Sunday during a condolence visit to Sir Kashim Ibrahim House in Kaduna by Senator Barau Jibrin, who was speaking on behalf of Senate President Godswill Akpabio.

Governor Sani promised that the government of Kaduna State would keep helping security services fulfil their constitutional obligations.

He insisted that the Army launch an immediate inquiry into the erroneous attack to apprehend those responsible and prevent similar incidents in the future.

In addition, he restated his earlier demands for the addition of a state police force to the current security setup.

Senators’ salaries will be donated to the Tudun-Biri village, according to Jibrin’s remarks. He also conveyed his condolences for the unintentional attack by the Tudun-Biri people.

The Deputy Senate President was accompanied by Senators Ali Ndume, Lawal Usman, Abba Moro, Opeyemi Bamidele, Naziru Yar’Adua, and others.

They visited and offered their condolences to the injured victims at the Barau Dikko Teaching Hospital in Kaduna.