Chxta Nwanze, the Lead Partner at SBM Intelligence, Nigeria’s leading geopolitical intelligence platform says the Northern part of Nigeria has been ceded to bandits and Boko Harm terrorist group.
He said Northern elite has also moved out from the region.
The Political and Social Commentator said this in a tweet in reaction to a comment by Yobe State Governor, Mai Mala Buni that he at least spend three days in a month in the State.
'I spend at least three days in a month in the State', says Governor Mai Mala Buni of Yobe as he defended himself against critics who accused him of not staying in the state.
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According to him, Ten out of the Thirteen North-East and North-West Governors are permanently either in Abuja, Lagos or staying abroad.
He said, “10 out of the 13 NE/NW governors are permanently in Abuja, Lagos or abroad. The Northern elite has also moved out.”
“The #ZabarmariMassacre was par de course as farmers, and indeed everyone else, are on their own. Northern #Nigeria has been ceded to bandits and #BokoHaram.”
Northern Nigeria is currently going through an outbreak of wanton killings and destruction by bandits and terrorists group.
Boko Haram terrorist group had on Saturday according to a report by HumAngle beheaded 43 farmers in famous rice-farming town of Zabarmari, located in Maiduguri area of Jere local government of Borno, Northeast Nigeria.
The numbers of people killed in the attack are expected to rise as media report of missing of more farmers Missing.
UN humanitarian coordinator in Nigeria Edward Kallon was also reported as saying on Sunday afternoon that at least 110 people were killed.