Southern Kaduna killings: My Dad has been missing including other villagers - Singer Joel cries out

Southern Kaduna killings: My Dad has been missing including other villagers - Singer Joel cries out

- Singer Joel has cried out on social media following killings in Southern Kaduna

- The entertainer noted that his father’s village is under siege and he has gone missing

- Joel called out to Governor El-Rufai to wade into the matter

PAY ATTENTION: Click “See First” under the “Following” tab to see Legit.ng News on your Facebook News Feed!

Popular Nigerian singer Joel Amadi has taken to social media with an outcry following recent attacks in Southern Kaduna that has now been extended to his father’s village.

The entertainer in a post shared on his official Instagram page said killings were going in his father’s village in Zikpak, Kafanchan.

Even more disturbing, the music star disclosed that his father and some other villages have gone missing. According to him, houses are being burnt in the village and there has been no help extended to the people.

Coronavirus: Traders reveal hike in cost of food items as Easter beckons

He said: "Killing is going on in my father’s village zikpak, kafanchan and my D=dad has been missing including other villagers are missing and houses are being burnt yet no help."

Joel while sharing the post urged his followers to help him amplify his outcry until it gets to the quarters of the Kaduna state governor and necessary armed forces.

Southern Kaduna killings: My Dad has been missing including other villagers - Singer Joel cries out

Singer Joel. Photo: Instagram/@joeelkennis
Source: Instagram

"Please repost this till it gets to the governor @elrufai of kaduna state and the necessary armed forces of Nigeria," Joel’s wrote.

See his post below:

PAY ATTENTION: Read best news on Nigeria's #1 news app

In the comment section, Joel returned claiming that he heard some of his family members have been shot in the unrest.

He said: "I just heard they fcking shot three of my mothers and two cousins God I hope this ain’t@fcking real I feel like to fcking kill something right now!!!"

Nigerian striker scores 2 goals to help top European club stretch their unbeaten run to 9 games

Still in a related story about Kaduna, Legit.ng previously reported that Governor El-Rufai lifted the ban on Eid prayers, which was imposed on the state as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

PAY ATTENTION: Get your daily relationship tips and advice on Africa Love Aid group

The announcement was made by the state government on its official handle, @GovKaduna on Thursday, July 23.

Governor El-Rufai noted that Eid prayers would be permitted in the open spaces within the state.

PAY ATTENTION: Do you have news to share? Contact Legit.ng instantly

This is not normal – Vector speaks on ugly incidents in Southern Kaduna | Legit TV

Source: Legit.ng

Mailfire view pixel