Former Kaduna lawmaker, Shehu Sani, has taken a swipe at Nigerian leaders following the recent massacre of worshippers in a mosque in Niger State.
It was recalled that about 18 worshippers were allegedly killed at Maza-Kuka in Mashegu local government council of Niger State despite the suspension of telecom services in the state to fight insecurity.
It was gathered that the armed men, in the early hours of Monday, stormed the village in large numbers and attacked the villagers, who were performing their early morning prayers.
The gunmen, who came on motorcycles, went straight into the Mosque and shot sporadically, resulting in the death of residents.
Sani, making reference to the recent killing in Niger, opined that those in leadership positions in Nigeria have run out of ideas to solve the lingering insecurity in some parts of the nation.
According to him, the suspension of telecom services has not stopped the killings of Nigerians.
On his Twitter page, the former lawmaker wrote: “The suspension of telecom services has not prevented the massacre of 18 worshippers in a mosque in Niger state by terrorists.
“Same with the 40 killed in Sokoto last week. Those who should provide leadership have run out of ideas.”