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Kagara abduction: Abduction industry now flourishing – Oby Ezekwesili

Kagara Abduction: Abduction Industry Now Flourishing – Oby Ezekwesili

Former Minister of Education, Public Analyst/Senior Economic Adviser, Oby Ezekwesili has condemned the high rate of insecurity in the country whIle accusing the Buhari-led administration of allowing bandits to thrive.

Ezekwesili said this while condemning the abduction of 27 Kagara students from Niger State, adding that a strange incestuous relationship now exists between the government and abductors.

The ex-minister said the friendship has enabled the industry of abduction to flourish in Nigeria on basic market principles of demand and supply.

Taking a swipe at the government, Ezekwesili said she hoped the students remain safe until President Muhammadu Buhari ‘reaches out to the abductors’.

Ezekwesili who took to Twitter wrote:

Still no positive development on the #KagaraBoys abduction, @NigeriaGov ?

Truly disastrous that Education is now under daily threat of barbarism.

May God keep them safe until President @MBuhari reaches out to their abductors like he did for #KankaraBoys in Katsina

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— Oby Ezekwesili (@obyezeks) February 19, 2021

How the same kind of phone call and conversation between the @NigeriaGov @MBuhari and the abductors of #KankaraBoys cannot be done for #LeahSharibu and our remaining #112ChibokGirls is befuddling.

Are school children in Nigeria not meant to be equal in the eyes of our President?

— Oby Ezekwesili (@obyezeks) February 19, 2021

It is 3 years today since the parents of #LeahSharibu last set their eyes on their daughter they sent to Dapchi Secondary School.

Not a word from @MBuhari . No, Not a simple care nor courtesy to a family devastated when @NigeriaGov got her 105 classmates back without Leah. SHAME.

— Oby Ezekwesili (@obyezeks) February 19, 2021

In another post, she tweeted:

There’s now an industry of abduction flourishing on basic market principles of demand and supply. It is enabled by a strange incestuous relationship between government and abductors. Folks in Federal and State Governments are throwing this friendship in faces of Citizens.

SHAME.

— Oby Ezekwesili (@obyezeks) February 19, 2021

File Photo: Oby Ezekwesili



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