Former Vice President Atiku Abubakar has called for continued prayers for an end to the problem of complex insecurity crises and terrorism confronting the country.
Atiku Abubakar has again called for increased effort to combat the spate of terrorist attacks in the country.
The former Vice president in a statement Friday also condoled with the people of Ganye in Adamawa State that recently came under brutal attacks by unidentified gunmen in the area.
According to the statement, the former Vice President who is the Sardauna of Ganye, made the call in a message delivered by a delegation he sent to the community.
Represented by two prominent leaders of Adamawa State, Mr. Maxwell Gidado (SAN) and Siddiki Jauro, the former Vice President personally conveyed his profound sympathy to the Chief of Ganye, Alhaji Umaru Adamu Sanda over the tragic loss of lives and property that accompanied the terrorist attacks.
In his letter of condolence to the people of Ganye, Atiku said he was deeply traumatized by the deadly attack on the people of Ganye by terror gangs.
According to him, the destruction of the lives of innocent people on whatever scale, was indefensible and despicable, just as he urged the people of Ganye and other Nigerians at large to be more vigilant in the face of these grim challenges of insecurity.