Nigeria VP Yemi Osinbajo Released Statement Over Victims Of Dikwa Bomb Blast
On Tuesday February 9th, a sucided attack happened at Dikwa a town located in Borno State, Nigeria which left over 60 people dead and several others injured. Now Nigeria Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has released a statement mourning the victims. In the statement which was shared on his Facebook wall, Osinbajo said Federal government will continue to work towards hunting down Boko Haram members and that there will be no hiding place for them again.
The statement reads
"There are no words to capture the anguish we felt, when our citizens were subjected to the terror of the suicide bombing at the IDP camp in Dikwa, Borno State. The full weight of the Federal Government’s force will be deployed to hunt down the perpetrators of this evil act and confront terrorists who threaten lives, liberty and property of all Nigerians. There will be no hiding place for terrorists! Directives have been issued for formidable security in and around the IDP Camps. In addition, renewed measures will be put in place to guard against future occurrences. The safety of lives and property is of paramount concern to President Buhari's administration. With our collective will, we will rid Nigeria of terrorism and once again, Nigeria will prevail".