The Peoples Democratic Party presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar, on Wednesday, shed light on the lingering insecurity issues bedeviling the country.
He said the festering insecurity challenges, particularly incessant attacks on hapless Nigerians were the resultant effect of the Federal Government’s inability to enthrone a regime of law and order.
Atiku’s position was coming on the heels of the terrorist attack on the Kuje custodial center in Abuja.
It was reported that the terrorists attacked the center and freed inmates including 64 of their members held in the custody on Tuesday night.
But reacting to the attack in a series of tweets on his Twitter handle on Wednesday, the former Vice President noted the missing regime of law and order in the country was emboldening the terrorists.
He wrote, “I am concerned and saddened by reports of the attack on Kuje Prison by suspected terrorists. My concern arises not only from the prospects of the escape of detained terrorists and hardened criminals but of its implications for the security of lives and property to residents of Abuja and its environs.