Veteran Muscian Eedris Abdulkareem compares treatment of bandits and protesters in Nigeria.
A Nigerian lady, Oluwaseun Sakaba, whose husband, Lt. Col I. Sakaba, was killed by Boko Haram members in 2018, has slammed the Nigerian Army after the military shared photos of repentant sect members with placards seeking forgiveness from Nigerians.
Sakaba was one of the 44 soldiers killed by the insurgents during an attack on 157 Task Force Battalion in Metele, Guzamala Local Government Area of Borno State in November 2018.
His widow, Oluwaseun Sakaba, saw the post by the Nigerian Army with the sect members asking for forgiveness and took to her Instagram page to react.
Oluwaseun asked the Nigerian Army if she should forgive the same people who made her a widow at a young age.
She wrote; ”@hqnigerianarmy it we never be well with all of u…I should forgive dem for making me a young widow, I shld forgive dem for kill my husband, his brother and his mom!!
I shld forgive dem for making me seek shelter in anoda country!! I shld forgive dem for making many women widows and kids fatherless. I shld forgive dem for u not paying what is my late husband dues!!
I shld forgive dem for all der atrocities done to my family. U shot my husband dead in his office dat u pretended to be a friendly force just bcos he refuse to be part of ur plots ..time 4 dragging now”
Also veteran singer, Eedris Abdulkareem has reacted to report of Boko Haram insurgents surrendering and seeking for forgiveness from Nigerians.
Army Spokesperson, Onyema Nwachukwu had said Chief Bomb Expert of the terrorists group known as Musa Adamu a.k.a Mala Musa Abuja and his second in command Usman Adamu a.k.a Abu Darda were among those that surrendered.
In photos shared by the army spokesperson, the insurgents who surrendered were seen holding up placards which read, “Nigerians, please forgive us”.
Comparing the treatment the terrorists got to that #EndSARS protesters were subjected to, Eedris wrote;
Two Pictures of the Nigerians State.
(1)Protesters at Lekki fed with live bullets. (2)Terrorists given food and clothes somewhere in Bornu.