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Buhari Condemns Killing of Aid Worker, Khorsa Hussaini

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President Muhammadu Buhari has condemned the evil acts of Boko Haram insurgents including the killing of Ms Saifura Hussaini Khorsa, an humanitarian aid worker.

Khorsa, a staff of the International Red Cross Society, was taken captive at an Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in Borno by Boko Haram terrorists in March.

The President declared his disdain for the kidnap of the aid worker in a statement made available to Naija News by Malam Garba Shehu, the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity.

In his reaction, President Buhari said: “The government of Nigeria strongly condemns this reprehensible and inhuman act. No religion permits the killing of the innocent.

“Saifura worked for the Red Cross, a humanitarian organisation tirelessly working to bring succor to all the victims of violence irrespective of the sides of the conflict.’’

The President, therefore, appealed to Nigeria’s international partners and everyone with an influence on the terrorists to prevail on them “to stop these acts of extreme barbarism.”

The terrorists have equally threatened to harm others, including the lone Dapchi school girl, Leah Sharibu still in their custody.

Buhari further assured that his administration would seize “every given opportunity, with both hands and to use all means available to bring home all citizens being held against their will by the Boko Haram terrorists.’’

The President, on behalf of his family, the government and people of Nigeria extended condolences to the family of Saifura, the Red Red Cross and UNICEF over the loss of the “selfless and hardworking mother.’’




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