A former Nigerian Head of State,
Muhammadu Buhari, said if the masses vote
his party, the All Progressives Congress, APC,
into power in 2015, it would address the
prolonged security challenges facing the
Speaking on Wednesday during a condolence visit
to the chief of the village, Tagwi Sambo in Marwa
Village, Buhari said he would resolve the insecurity
issue which the Goodluck Jonathan administration
has failed to solve.
Boko haram insurgents have been unleashing
terror in various parts of the country especially the
northern parts. Also, there’s been communal clash
between Fulani herdsmen and farmers, leading to
deaths of many.
Buhari therefore called on the Kaduna State
government to fish out the perpetrators behind the
recent attacks in Marwa and other villages in Kaura
Local Government Area of the state.
“It is only when the perpetrators are brought to
book and punished according to the law of the land
that it would serve as a deterrent to others.
“For me, I am not a stranger in Kaura because my
elder brother is a close friend of the Chief of Marwa,
so I feel like I am at home here,” he said.
The APC delegation also donated N2 million to the
victims. The money was presented by Mr. Buhari to
the Chief of Marwa.
In his response, Mr. Sambo thanked his guests for
the visit while also expressing hope that the
community would no longer experience attacks in
Some of the leaders of the APC who went with
Buhari include; the Deputy National Chairman of
the party, Aminu Masari, and the Deputy National
Secretary of the party, Nasir El-Rufai.