The kIlling of Senator Na’Allah’s son by Bandits Is a threat to Buhari's fight against insecurity

The kIlling of Senator Na’Allah’s son by Bandits Is a threat to Buhari's fight against insecurity

Despite the efforts of President Muhammadu Buhari's administration to tackle the activities of bandits in the northern part of the country, their activities have continued because of the manner they operate. 


As part of the measures to end the activities of the bandits in the country, President Muhammadu Buhari gave the shoot at sight order and instructed the security agencies to shoot anyone carrying AK-47 in the bush.

Bandits don't reside in a specific place, they hide mostly in the thick forest and strike their victims unaware. This has made it difficult for the security agencies to track them down.

In the past few months, bandits have targeted high-profile individuals in northern Nigeria. One of the high-profile personalities that have attacked is the Emir of Kajuru, Alhaji Alhassan Adamu who was abducted from his palace in July.


A report by Daily Post on Sunday showed that the bandits have killed the son of Senator Bala Na’Allah in Kaduna State.


 Vanguard According to the report, the deceased, Abdulkarim Bala Na’Allah, a pilot was killed by the bandits at his Malali resident in Kaduna North Local Government Area on Sunday. 

The ugly incident is a threat to President Buhari's fight against insecurity in Nigeria. This is because the deceased was reportedly killed inside his residence in Malali GRA, Kaduna. 


Recall that when the bandits started their activities they usually target vulnerable Nigerians in remote villages, their activities have slowly extended to the main town which posed a serious threat to President Muhammadu Buhari's fight against insecurity in the country. 

Edited by Gedes

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