Following the recent abduction of over 300 students of GSS, Kankara, Katsina State, by suspected armed bandits, the All Progressives Congress, APC, has charged the nation’s security agencies to dig deeper and 
do better by ensuring that Nigerian students can go to school safely and learn all
across the country.
In a statement issued Tuesday and signed by the chairman, APC National Caretaker Committee, Mai Mala Buni, the party said there was no greater harm that insecurity can do to a nation than to destroy its education and the future of its youths.
The APC said it was confident that the security agencies have the will, commitment, and training to restore public confidence in their ability to secure the lives and
property of Nigerians, while urging them to demonstrate this commitment by
more robustly going after criminals and denying them the space to perpetrate
crime.
“On our part, the APC assures Nigerians that it will continue to work with the federal government, security agencies, governors, emirs, community leaders and
all other stakeholders to address and improve the security situation in the
country.
“The APC calls on Nigerians to continue to partner with the federal government
and the security agencies so that together we can restore peace and sanity in our
streets, on our roads, and all across the nooks and crannies of the country,” APC chairman stated.

 


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