Politicians who spread lies that fuel insecurity should be treated as criminals, says Marafa


Kabir Marafa, a former senator representing Zamfara central, says those “politicising” the country’s challenges should be investigated.

In a statement by his media office yesterday, Marafa said those perpetrating violence must be treated as criminals whether they are politicians or not.

“It is high time the security agencies begin to investigate the politicisation of the security challenges bedeviling the country in general,” the statement reads.

“We, thereby, urge those who have been infected by the 2023 virus to stop spreading falsehood and allow the security agencies to do their job.

“They cannot double as politicians and mouthpieces of some anonymous security personnel who do not want their names in print media. Criminals should be treated as criminals regardless of whose jersey or uniform they wear.”

The former lawmaker said his reported link to one Abdulmuminu Moossa, a citizen of Chad Republic who has been arrested by the security agencies, is false.

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