President Muhammadu Buhari condemned the execution of four aid workers by Boko Haram in the north-east of Borno, Nigeria.
The four men were among the six aid workers who were kidnapped on July 26 when their convoy was attacked near Damasak, in the LGA of Mobbar.
They were working on a health project implemented by the INGO action against hunger. One of the driverss died during the attack and another reportedly was executed on 24 September 2019.
Buhari, in a statement signed and sent to Latest Nigeria News by the Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina, said on Saturday that the defeat of evil for good is inevitable, regardless of the pirate victory that the wicked seem to win.
The President is saddened by the alleged development and commiserates with the family and the loved ones of the aid workers, who offered to serve humanity at grave risk.
The statement reads: “Evil will always be defeated by good at the end of the day. Whatever seeming victory evil records, eventually rebounds on the evildoer. We are resolved to beat evil in this land, and we remain unrelenting till we achieve it.”
He urged all insurgents once again to lay down their arms, and rejoin decent humanity.
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