- The attention of President Muhammadu Buhari and Governor Nasir El-Rufai has been called to the abduction of political critic Idris Dadiyata
- Dadiyata, who was famous for criticising the administration of President Buhari and Governor El-Rufai, was kidnapped on August 2, 2019
- Almost four years since the incident transpired, Senator Sani has accused the government of being complacent
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Senator Shehu Sani has called out the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari, Governor Nasir El-Rufai of Kaduna state and the National Assembly for failing to account for the whereabouts of Idris Dadiyata, a critic of the ruling All Progressive Congress (APC) who was abducted three years ago.
His tweet reads:
"The lifespan of this Gov’t is coming to an end without telling Nigerians the whereabouts of this young man Idris Dadiyata, who was abducted from his house in Kaduna 3 years ago.
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"The Federal & Kaduna State Gov’t & Kaduna Senators & Reps refused to raise his issue at the NASS."
As reported by the Premium Times, Dadiyata, on August 2, 2019, was abducted by some unknown gunmen from his residence at about 1:00 am when he was with his family.
He was said to have been traced by the armed men to the house, where they whisked him away in his BMW car from his Barnawa neighbourhood of Kaduna State.
In reaction to the incident, the Kaduna state police command stated that it had commenced a rescue mission to bring him back home, and it has been almost four years, and his whereabouts are still unknown.
Dadiyata was a popular political critic who condemned bad governance and other ills of society.
He was known to be a strong critic of the administrations of President Buhari and Governor El-Rufai.
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