Insecurity: It’s time to defend ourselves – Southern Kaduna youths

 


The Southern Kaduna Peoples Union (SOKAPU) National Youth Leader, Comrade John Isaac, has condemned in strong terms the mindless attacks ongoing in Atyapland by suspected Fulani militia.

He lamented that governments at both state and federal levels have woefully failed to put an end to the mindless attacks, killings and destruction of property.

Isaac, reacting to the ongoing destruction of lives and property in a statement said, “Brothers and sisters across all nooks and crannies of Southern Kaduna, we must have observed the recurring spade of attacks and killings taking place across our communities in the last few days, with no deliberate attempt by security bodies to intervene and bring to book these criminal murderers.

“The Youth Wing of Southern Kaduna People’s Union is at this time compelled to say that governments both at the State and Federal levels have failed to put an end to this mindless attacks on our people and arrest perpetrators.”

He urged all sons and daughters across Southern Kaduna in the face of the killings to defend themselves in the proportionate ways and manners their lives seem threatened.

“Do not sit waiting to be slaughtered like lambs, your lands taken, and your children enslaved,” he enjoined them.

The National youth leader noted that every single inch of land in Southern Kaduna is an inheritance from their forefathers and remains the exclusive entitlement of their offsprings.

“We cannot abandon or cede an inch of our land to any coward at this time, not when our forefathers and fathers died protecting it for our sake,” he warned.

He added, “We must hand over the same which was handed to us to our offsprings. Brethren fear not the sounds and echoes of death. For if God is with us, who can stand against us?”

“For the LORD our God is he that goeth with us, to fight for us against our enemies, to save us. Deuteronomy 20:4.”

Above all brethren let’s continue to look up to the heavens from where our help comes.

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