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Shehu Sani reacts to killing of eight traders in Abia cattle market, tasks govt

Published on Februa

Shehu Sani, a socio-political activist, has reacted to the killing of eight Northerners in Abia cattle market.

Sani urged the Abia State Government to ensure that those behind the killed were dealt with.

The former Kaduna Central Senator said the government should compensate the family of the deceased.

In a tweet, the former lawmaker stressed that every Nigerian has the right to live in any part of the country.

“The cold blooded murder of eight persons in the Abia cattle market stands unreservedly condemned.

“The Govt. of Abia State must ensure the perpetrators are brought to justice and the families of the deceased compensated.

“Every Nigerian has the right to live in any part of Nigeria,” he tweeted.

Recall that hoodlums recently attacked the new Abia cattle market in Omuma Uzo, Ukwa West Council Area, killed traders, mostly northerners and slaughtered their cows.

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