Former Vice President of Nigeria, Atiku Abubakar has said the Nigeria's security architecture is broken.
Following the reports of killings in Gandi, Rabah Local Government Area of Sokoto State, Atiku said the country's security architecture needs a reset.
Vanguard had reported that some bandits attacked villages around Gandi in Rabah Local Government Area of Sokoto State, killing an unspecified number of people.
Atiku's reaction is coming hours after he registered fear in the alleged attack on the governor of Ekiti state, Ayodele Fayose, 24 hours after a rally by the state's opposition party, All Progressive Congress.
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Since he quit the ruling party, APC, for the opposition party, PDP, Atiku had consistently condemned condemned attack on Nigerians and violence in different states.
In recent time, Atiku condemned the alleged police attack on Governor Ayo Fayose of Ekiti state.
Atiku, in a post on Twitter, said “I am appalled at the images coming out of Ekiti. The Federal Government should ensure that everything is done to preserve our hard-earned democracy.”