Southern Kaduna killings: My dad has been shot dead - Singer Joel says hours after crying out about his disappearance

Southern Kaduna killings: My dad has been shot dead - Singer Joel says hours after crying out about his disappearance

- Singer Joel has lost his father hours after crying out about his disappearance

- Joel shared the heartbreaking news on his Twitter page

- Condolence messages have poured in for the Nigerian musician

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It is indeed a trying period for popular Nigerian singer Joel who has just lost his beloved father to the ongoing killings in Southern Kaduna.

The Kennis music star in a post shared on his Twitter page on Saturday, July 7, disclosed that his dad was allegedly shot by herdsmen.

Recall that earlier on, Legit.ng reported that the music star took to his page on Instagram to cry out over the sudden disappearance of his father and some other villagers following an attack on them.

Joel had called on Governor El-Rufai and other security agencies to look into the situation in the village.

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Unfortunately, hours after his outcry, the entertainer has now lost his parent. In the post shared on his Twitter page, Joel noted that his mum and sisters are far too destabilized to talk to him.

Southern Kaduna killings: My dad has been shot dead - Singer Joel says hours after crying out about his disappearance

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

He once again called on the governor on the state to do something about what is going on in Southern Kaduna.

Joel said: "It’s just been confirmed that my lovely dad is dead-shot by herdsmen and my mom and sisters can’t even talk to me on phone please tag @elrufai he needs to know that he is not doing enough to curb the state of terrorism in Kaduna state."

See his tweet below:

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Fans and followers have flooded his comment section with condolence messages.

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"I'm really sad... Can't find the right words to use. So sorry for this great loss. Can't imagine the trauma you and the family are going through right now. The government should look at this from the angle of family and human sanctity. It is well my brother...," one follower tweeted.

Read more tweets below:

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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.

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

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