Rann: Shehu Sani reacts to Boko Haram attack on UN workers


Shehu Sani, senator representing Kaduna central has reacted to the attack on humanitarian workers in Rann, Borno State.

The lawmaker stated that the attack on Rann showed that the insurgents’ capability to kill has not been extinguished.‎

He took to his twitter page describing the act as cruel, appealing for safety of victims of attacks in IDP camps.

He wrote “The Government and security agencies were blamed for failing to stop the abductions in Chibok; And now evasively, ghosts,unicorns,mermaids and other imaginative,illusive and phantasmic extraterrestrials are blamed for the Dapchi abductions.

“Rann: No one should be left in doubt on the evil,cruelty and barbarity that dastardly attack represent;And no one should be left in doubt that the insurgents capacity for atrocious Murder has not beingextinguished.My condolences;@unhcrnigeria @[email protected]

“When victims of violence or war are unsafe in the humanitarian camps as they were unsafe in their villages and towns,it becomes a situation of being saved to be killed.We appreciate the service and sacrifice [email protected] @[email protected]”‎

Meanwhile, President Muhammadu Buhari has condemned the incident.

He said the attack on humanitarian workers more than ever shows Boko Haram insurgents as godless, brutish, and utterly to be despised.


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