Peter Obi, the Labour Party’s nominee for president in the election of February 25, 2023, has decried the reported massacre of inhabitants at the Ungwan Wakili community in Kaduna State’s Zango Kataf Local Government Area.
In a statement released on Sunday, Obi claimed that the attack had resulted in several casualties.
The former governor of Anambra stated that one of the guiding principles of his agreement with Nigerians is to preserve and combat insecurity as little as possible.
Obi stated that any news of violence or terrorist strikes in Nigeria makes him saddened.
“The reports of a terrorist attack on the Ungwan Wakili community in Kaduna State’s Zango Kataf Local Government Area with significant deaths astound me. I completely condemn the act,” he declared.
Any serious government in power, according to the LP candidate, must place a high premium on ensuring Nigeria’s and Nigerians’ security.
Obi tasked security personnel with carrying out their responsibilities in order to create a new Nigeria where Nigerians can live in safety and freedom.
Invoking God to offer the victims of the attacks eternal repose and comfort their grieving families, he pleaded with security personnel to bring the attackers to justice.