By Damilola Adeyemo
ABUJA – Former Vice President Atiku Abubakar has said that the abduction of students from Government Science Secondary School Kagara, Niger State by bandits is displeasing.
In a statement, Atiku said ‘Kagara abductions: We must stop rewarding criminality, or it will increase,’ while condemning the abductions said, “The spate of insecurity in Nigeria is now beyond alarming. It has gotten to crisis levels, especially when it involves children and other minors.”
According to PUNCH, Atiku urged the Federal Government to declare all primary and secondary schools in affected areas as protected zones and deploy armed military personnel to man positions around schools while states should complement them with Civilian Joint Task Force personnel as part of solution to the problem. He also urged the government to enforce provisions of the law each time bandits are arrested to serve as a deterrent to others.
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