Benue Killings: Buhari should speak to Nigerians – Momodu

Media Mogul, Dele Momodu has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to address Nigerians directly concerning killings in some parts of the country .

We recalls that on Tuesday, suspected herdsmen invaded a church in Mbalon in Gwer-East Local Area of the state and killed two Catholic priests and 17 other worshippers.

Again on Wednesday, no fewer than 20 persons were reportedly killed and several persons declared missing after herdsmen attacked Guma LGA Area of Benue State.

Also, on Thursday, herdsmen invaded Africa Church in Mbamondo clan of Ukemberagya Gaambe-Tiev, in the Logo Local Government Area, and killed seven internally displaced persons.

Reacting to the recent killings, Momodu on his Twitter page urged the president not to speak through his media aides or issue statements on killings but rather speak directly to Nigerians.

He wrote “I’m not asking for too much, Buhari should speak and not issue statement through any emissaries.”


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