Reno Omokri, a former aide to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, has reacted to the killing of two Methodist clerics in Benue State, 22 people in Katsina and 14 people in Kaduna by bandits.
Omokri wondered if Nigeria still has a government with the spate of killings by bandits across the country.
According to Omokri, bandits killed 28 people on Sunday across different states. In a tweet, Omokri wrote: “Bandits kill 12 people in Duba, Katsina. Bandits kill 14 people in Kaduna. Bandits kill 2 Methodist pastors in Benue.
“Bandits who kidnapped baptist students to start charge interest on unpaid ransom.
“All this happened today. Does Nigeria really have a government?”
Recall that Governor Samuel Ortom of Benue State had earlier condemned the killing of two pastors in the state.
Ortom had urged security operatives to ensure that those behind the killings are arrested and make to face the wrath of the law.