you will burn in hell- Jonathan tells killer of yobe state students
In his reaction to the Yobe school killings, Mr. Jonathan, who spoke yesterday in a statement through his Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Reuben Abati, rained curses on the attackers just as he sympathized with families affected.
“The killing is barbaric, completely wicked. Anybody who will target innocent children for any kind of grief or emotional dysfunction will certainly go to hell,” Abati said.
“Mr President wants to assure Nigerians that these kind of desperate Nigerians will be flushed out of the system. Mr President is committed to the issue of the protection of lives and properties of all Nigerians and he wants to assure that the war against terrorists has been launched and will continue and the Nigerian government is determined to put an end to this menace.
“The president sympathises with the families affected and he stands by them at this moment of grief. The killing is most unfortunate most regrettable and Mr. President wants to assure Nigerians that any attempt by any group to undermine this government will be resisted.”
Meanwhile, Senate President David Mark has also condemned the violence. “Even in war situations, children and women are protected. Killing children is akin to cutting down the future of a people. This is inhuman, barbaric and unacceptable to any right thinking member of the society,” he said.
“For no reason, the lives of these promising children were needlessly cut down by the heartless people. This cannot be a way of life. Enough of these bloodshed,” he added.
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