Women Strip Half Naked In Protest Against Kaduna Governor (PHOTOS – NUDITY)

Women Strip Half Naked In Protest Against Kaduna Governor (PHOTOS – NUDITY)

By The Trent on September 23, 2014
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Governor Yero of Kaduna

Women of Sanga Local Government Council (LGC) on Monday, September 22, 2014 staged a protest against the Kaduna state governor, Mukhtar Ramalan as he went to Fadan Karshi to pay them a condolence visit.

Some of the women were half naked in the protest to state their grievances over the incessant killings of their citizens by terrorists in recent times.

The women were upset with the governor for not visiting them since after they suffered not less than 7 attacks on their villages, in which not less than 300 villagers were killed since last July, and he is only visiting them now that it is a few weeks to the primary elections.

The women wailed and throw mud and sand on governor Yero’s convoy at the palace of the District Head of Fadan Karshi while it was raining.

The national president of Ninzom Progressive Youths, Mr. Bezard Wuyah, spoke to reporters in Kaduna about the visit of the governor to Karshin Daji and Fadan Karshi.

He said: “The governor came with hundreds of soldiers, policemen, Roads Safety Corps, SSS, even with a detachment of Prison Guards.

“It was more of an invasion, not a condolence visit. Our mothers and sisters who were expecting a sober, caring governor were furious when they saw that it was as a form of intimidation against them so they don’t bare their minds on the negligence they had suffered since gunmen sacked their villages and rendered them homeless?

“That was why they were protesting and asking that the governor kills them so that they die and rest. They refused to be cowed.

“But Sanga natives are law abiding and we are appealing to everyone to remain calm since the governor has come and seen the situation.”

The governor who was shocked and embarrassed by the reception he received called on the people to be patient and be peace abiding in a brief remark before returning to Kaduna.

A call to the Director General, Media and Publicity to Governor, Mallam Ahmed Maiyaki was not answered, since the press was not invited to cover the visit. A text message demanding the side of the Government on the issue was not also replied by Maiyaki at the time of writing this report.

MeanwhileHaving a letter written by CAN, Sanga LGC branch, signed by its Chairman, Rev. Fadan Mathew Anana to Yero which was obtained by newsmen in Kaduna reads: “We have suffered gruesome massacre as members of the Christian community in Sanga Local government, as a body. We the Christian Association of Nigeria, Sanga Local Government chapter wish to passionately appeal that, as a matter of urgency, you kindly use your good office to arrest this ugly development by ending these terrible attacks on our peace-loving and defenseless people.

“A careful consideration of the attacks that have been launched on various communities in Sanga LGA from June 23rd to the most recent one which occurred on 16th & 17th of September, has clearly revealed that these attacks were carefully planned and carried out by some terrorist Islamic fundamentalists mainly on Christians within the Local government.

“Over 300 lives of Christians have been wasted through these attacks. Our children, women, including pregnant women and the aged, our clergymen, Churches, pastors’ residence and our properties have been the sole and main targets of these attacks.

“We must clearly state that this sad, ugly and unprovoked attacks have over-stretched the patience of the Christian community in Sanga LGA to engage us in a religious war which is not in our nature and tradition as Christians.

“It is our earnest prayer to Almighty God and to you that concrete steps shall be taken to ensure there is no further attack on any community in the Local Government area from henceforth.”

See photos from the protest below:

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