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Atiku sends condolence message to UK government over killing of its citizen in Kaduna

, presidential candidate of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), has sent his condolences to the United Kingdom government over the killing of Faye Mooney, a British citizen.

The former Vice President stated that the incident that happened at in does not portray the character of Nigeria to the international community.

“I want the government and people of the United Kingdom to know that these atrocious actions do not reflect Nigeria’s national character.

“I condemn the killing of British aid worker, Faye Mooney, and her Nigerian partner, Mathew Oguche two days ago in Kaduna State. Several other Nigerians were kidnapped during the episode.”

He further stated that the killings happening in the country must stop as it may lead to loss of investment opportunities and partners in Nigeria.

“These killings must end or Nigeria will lose desperately needed friends, partners and investors.

“Not only do I condemn this recent killing, but I make an urgent call for the federal and state authorities to track down the culprits and make them pay for their crimes.

“The time for empty rhetoric is long gone. Now is the time for urgent national action to stem insecurity. Nigeria must once again become synonymous with peace, progress and prosperity. This can only happen when crime and punishment are a natural cause and effect.

“As long as there is impunity, our nation will lack unity and security. Impunity must end and must end in earnest. These crimes continue to reoccur because previous killings have not been met with justice”

Atiku then urged the federal government to work towards tracking down the culprits and also make sure Nigeria is a safe place for foreigners.

“We need to keep Nigeria safe for Nigerians and foreigners. The death of any Nigerian or foreigner from terror, crime or insecurity grieves my heart. Nobody’s life is worth taking to advance a religious, political or criminal cause”.

In another news, Matthew Danjuma Oguche have been identified as the second victim who was killed at Kajuru castle during the gunmen attack.



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Saddam Yusuf Saleh

Saddam Yusuf Saleh was born and brought up in Katsina, he is a BSc holder from Ahmad Bello University Zaria. The founder of northern youth restoration movement and the pioneer chairman Funtua youth united for development. He is currently a reporter for Okay Nigeria (Okay.ng)

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