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Gaza Part Ii: Tudun Biri Village A Test Ground For African Version by SlaveofGod(m): 1:19pm On Dec 05, 2023
GAZA PART II: TUDUN BIRI VILLAGE A TEST GROUND FOR AFRICAN VERSION

Unleashing Horror: The Unforgivable Bombing of Muslims during Maulud Celebration in Tudun Biri Village, Kaduna State

By Abdullahi Musa Yaro

In an abhorrent display of brutality, the Nigerian Army has shockingly claimed responsibility for the bombing of innocent Muslims as they gathered to celebrate the sacred occasion of Maulud in Tudun Biri Village, Kaduna State. This reprehensible act of terror has left the nation and the world aghast, appalled, and utterly disgusted.

The fact that the Nigerian Air Force promptly denied any involvement in the bombing, stating that there had been no air strikes in the area within the last 24 hours, only adds to the confusion and mistrust surrounding this horrifying incident. One cannot help but question the integrity of the armed forces, and their contradictory statements raise serious doubts about their credibility and transparency.

It is particularly distressing to witness the recurring trend of Maulud celebrants being targeted for violence. One is compelled to ask, why is it that those who gather to commemorate the birth of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) are subjected to such unspeakable acts of brutality? Is there a clandestine conspiracy between certain elements within the Nigerian Army and religious sects who vehemently oppose the celebration of Maulud? These questions demand answers, and the truth must be unveiled.

Equally concerning is the deafening silence from the Nigerian National Assembly, scholars, and elites in the face of these recurring attacks. Their lack of condemnation and failure to address this grave issue raises doubts about their commitment to justice and protection of the rights of all citizens. It is a shameful abdication of responsibility to remain silent while innocent lives are torn apart by violence.

The Nigerian Armed Forces, in particular, must take immediate and decisive action to ensure justice for the victims and their families. There must be an unequivocal demand for the punishment of the perpetrators of this heinous act, led by Major VU Okoro, the General Officer Commanding One Division Nigerian Army. Their names must be etched in infamy, and they must face the full extent of the law for their despicable actions.

Furthermore, the intelligence gathering capabilities of the Nigerian Army must be called into question. How is it possible that such an appalling act of violence could occur without any prior knowledge or intervention? The failure of intelligence agencies to prevent such attacks further erodes public trust and raises serious concerns about their competence and commitment to protecting the lives of Nigerian citizens.

Justice is not a choice; it is an absolute necessity. The families of the victims deserve justice and compensation for their irreparable loss. It is imperative that the Nigerian government, in collaboration with the international community, launches a thorough investigation into this barbaric act and holds those responsible accountable.

In conclusion, the bombing of Muslims during the Maulud celebration in Tudun Biri Village, Kaduna State, represents an unforgivable and deplorable act of violence that must be vehemently condemned. The Nigerian Armed Forces, intelligence agencies, and government officials must take immediate action to restore faith in their ability to protect citizens and uphold justice. The victims and their families deserve nothing less than the assurance that those responsible for this horrific act will face the full consequences of their actions. The time for justice, transparency, and accountability is now.

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