Singer, Joel Amadi who lost his father during the attack by suspected herdsmen in Zikpak Village, Kafanchan of Kaduna South has raised his voice to tell government the need to end the upside puzzled deaths in the Kaduna entities (especially its southern region), oyogist.com reports.
The Hold On singer explained that, his tweets having got the attention of the states first lady, Hadiza El-rufai, only led to a derailed enquiry by a certain colonel who is in charge of a taskforce in the state. The colonel only made enquiry to know if security operatives were on ground in the community. And nothing was done.
Amadi however claimed, governor El-rufai actually ordered the security operatives guarding the village to depart the place just a day before the killings.
“I don’t know if the governor was aware of the incoming attack, but am wondering what brought about his decision to depose the troops barely 24 hours before the horrifying killings”.
Amadi affirmed he got the information from a trusted and reliable source that, El-rufai ordered the troops to leave the village a day before the attack.