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Peter Obi Visited the Grieving family of Nabeeha

Peter Obi expressed his sorrow as he visited the grieving family of Nabeeha Al-Kadriyar, who fell victim to a brutal abduction and murder in the nation’s capital, Abuja. This tragic incident, reminiscent of the late Folashade Ariyo’s case, underscores the pressing issue of insecurity plaguing the nation.

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Peter Obi acknowledged the strength and resilience that emerge in the face of such unfortunate challenges. He lamented the senseless acts of violence causing pain and suffering in countless families across the country. Despite the prevailing darkness, Peter Obi emphasized the existence of hope and the collective responsibility to end the deadly insecurity gripping the nation.

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Calling for unity, Peter Obi urged Nigerians to stand against the wave of insecurity and not succumb to fear. He called for mutual support, encouraging citizens to extend a helping hand to those in need. The former governor emphasized the need for decisive action from leaders to combat the monster of insecurity, honoring the memories of those like Nabeeha and others lost to violent attacks.

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In his plea to the citizens, Obi stressed the power of unity and collective will, believing that together, Nigerians can create a safer, more secure future. He called for a nation where every citizen feels safe, secure, and valued. This serves as a call to action, a commitment to building a Nigeria free from the shackles of senseless violence.

In closing, Peter Obi expressed his deepest condolences and solidarity with the afflicted and bereaved family, highlighting the importance of a nation grieving together in times of tragedy. He concluded with a message of hope, envisioning a future where triumph over current challenges leads to collective rejoicing.

 

TheTimesonline

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