PDP Chairmanship Candidate Decry Killings Of 20 Villagers In Z’Kataf LG

The Chairmanship Candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party PDP, in Zango Kataf Local Government Area of Kaduna State, Hon. Francis Sani has condemed in strong terms the gruesome killings of 20 locals in Ma’doh and Manchong Communities recently.

It would be recalled that Ma’doh Village was attacked on Saturday 21st August, 2021 were 17 people were killed while Manchong Village was attacked on Thursday the 26th, August, 2021 were 3 persons lost their lives.

The Chairmanship hopeful condemned the attacked in a statement he personally signed and issued to Journalists over the weekend in Kaduna.

According to him: “I wish to strongly condemn these acts of unjustified wickedness and declare that all the perpetrators be found and dealt with in accordance with the law.

“In the past two months, the isolated killings of our people in Zangon Kataf LGA by enemies of peace have become a full blown war against the Atyap people.

” While the combined military operations going on is much commendable by me, I wish to state that the local, State and Federal Governments need to show more commitment to securing Zangon Kataf from the hands of organised killers.

Adding,” They should ensure that our agile, healthy and law-abiding youths are formed into vigilante groups and given the needful assistance to work with the security agencies. This is one of the best ways out of this bad situation.

Zimbo also used the opportunity to commend the efforts and sacrifices made specifically by the youths in the area and community leaders in these trying times.

I want to encourage you all to note that no one can drive us from our ancestral lands and take them over.

He also sympathise with the families of the fallen victims of the recent attacks and all other ones before them, and ask God to accept their souls.

” On my part, I shall in my own little way, continue to offer assistance to the wounded who are still receiving treatment even as I pray for their fast recovery.

” We may continue to suffer setbacks, but we shall bounce back to our old peace, and the pursuit of liberty and happiness adding, the best way to get back to that era of peace and progress is to vote at all levels for leaders who are opposed to the use of violence to subdue us and force us down.

“We must come together irrespective of tribe, religion and ideology and take a common position on our future if we must survive as one.” He reiterated.

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