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Former member of the Nigerian Senate, Senator Shehu Sani, has reacted to the rising insecurity in the country.

He said every part of the country is currently battling with one security challenge or another.

According to Senator Sani, killers in the North East are called Terrorists, they are called bandits in the North West, while the ones in South East are called hoodlums, the ones in South West are called herdsmen, they are called militias in Benue, cultists in Port Harcourt, and militants in the South-South.

Senator Shehu Sani has condemned the killing of three of the students abducted from Greenfield University in Kaduna State.

In a tweet via his Twitter handle on Friday, Sani described as tragic the killing of three students of Greenfield University in Kaduna.

He prayed that their souls Rest In Peace, urging Nigerians to also pray for the lives of the two Nurses abducted at the Kajuru Hospital on Thursday.

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