Kaduna bombing: Women commiserate with victims, caution against unguarded utterances

A non-partisan peace advocacy group, Women Action Alliance has sympathized with the Tudun Biri community in Kaduna state over the recent unfortunate incident.


The group while condoling the victims advised war mongers taking advantage of the situation to castigate the military to keep quiet as the Armed Forces of Nigeria will not deliberately attack innocent citizens.

In a press release signed by the Convener of the group, Miriam Sanni on Wednesday, said the incident calls for sober reflection.

Women Action Alliance noted that the Nigerian Military has a history of high professional conduct both at home and abroad which has seen high demand for participation in peacekeeping globally.

According to the group, “the incident is highly unfortunate, especially at this time the Nigerian Armed Forces is successfully dealing with terrorism and banditry.

“While we will not speak for the military, it is important we state that they are widely commended for their high ethical principles.

“Rather than raising insinuations, we should see the period as one of sober reflection and mourn with the affected community.

“We are convinced that the Armed Forces of Nigeria remain committed to peaceful resolution of security challenges in the country. The support of the citizens is required to see peace and stability in the country,” the women added.

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