Governors react to Boko Haram attack in Borno

The Nigeria Governors’ Dialogue board (NGF) has reacted to the attack by the use of suspected Boko Haram insurgents in Auno, a gaggle with regards to Maiduguri.

Chairman of NGF, Gov. Kayode Fayemi of Ekiti, in a letter dated Feb. 11 and addressed to the Borno State Governor, Prof. Babagana Zulum sympathized with the government and folks of Borno State over the Sunday attack, describing it as useless

DAILY POST reported on Sunday that the Boko Haram insurgents stormed Auno at about 9:50 pm on Sunday destroying about 18 vehicles and killing 30 people.

Fayemi mentioned the incident spoke a amount and displays vulnerability of local people who deserve protection from the government

“It says such a lot in regards to the vulnerability of local people who for all intents and purposes will have to enjoy whole protection from the people they put in power.

“Alternatively, your efforts, Mr governor‚ in calling for upper duty on the part of the safety operatives on your state is every commendable and courageous, and without a doubt has the make stronger of your whole other colleagues.

“Once another time, I wish to whoIe-heartedly join the government and folks of Borno state in this grief along side all of our colleagues,” he mentioned.

Fayemi demanded that the people of Borno be secure similtaneously he prayed in opposition to further onslaught inside the state and Nigeria principally.

“And hope that the individuals are secure adequately and that no further onslaughts ever occur another time, not merely in Borno state on the other hand inside the country as a whole,” Fayemi added.

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