Following the release of the abducted 13 year old Yenagoa resident, Ese Oruru, to her parents by the Police through the concerted efforts of the media, civil society activists and her parents, some residents of the federal capital territory say the government must do more to protect the right of all Nigerians.
Abducted from her mother’s shop in August 2015 by Yunusa yellow an indigene of Kano state and taken in marriage by the same man, Nigerians were galvanised when the punch a national daily newspaper launched the free Ese campaign a few days back. With this came a lot of support culminating in her eventual freedom, though not allowed to face newsmen, it was a moment many Nigerians have waited for over the last few days since news of her reunion with her parents became public knowledge.
Since the saga captured national attention, 3 other girls have been abducted by unknown gunmen in Ikorodu in Lagos while the Chibok girls still remain elusive. For this Labour leader, all those who are indicted in one way or the other must be made to face the full wrath of the law.