According to Tinubu, You could hear the anger in my voice, I vow to hunt down terrorists and Bombers in Nigeria

According to Tinubu, You could hear the anger in my voice, I vow to hunt down terrorists and Bombers in NigeriaThe nation is in shock following the suicide strikes that shook Gwoza, as reported by Sahara reporters. With a fierce demeanor, President Bola Tinubu proclaimed, “These are the desperate acts of cowards, and they will be met with justice.” As he swore to “hunt down those who brought this horror and ensure they face the consequences of their evil deeds,” you could hear the rage in his voice.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

Former presidential candidate Atiku Abubakar struck a more somber tone, warning that the government must not allow the northeast to “descend into terrorism and violence” again. But he also placed blame on the authorities, accusing them of “complacency” in the face of the Boko Haram threat. Over in the US, the Mission in Nigeria described the bombings as “heinous acts that show disregard for life,” pledging to help Nigeria “eradicate this extremism.” Amnesty International was just as unsparing, branding the attacks “vicious and unlawful” and demanding that Boko Haram “end its terror against civilians.”

The coordinated nature of the strikes, carried out by four female suicide bombers, was a chilling reminder of Boko Haram’s persistent threat. In the aftermath, both Tinubu and Abubakar struck a resolute tone. The president vowed to “crush those who disrupt the peace of our nation,” while Abubakar feared the hard-won gains against Boko Haram were now “in jeopardy.” This tragedy has reignited the national conversation around the fight against terrorism in the northeast, and there is a palpable sense of determination to confront this scourge head-on.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>