- Yemi Osinbajo says violence does not differentiate victims
- The vice president disclosed this when he spoke on the menace of human trafficking and the programme for the rehabilitation of survivors
- Osinbajo also spoke on the efforts to rid the country of corruption, unemployment and provision of infrastructure
Vice President Yemi Osinbajo on Sunday, August 26, held a town hall meeting with US based Nigerians in Minnesota, Minneapolis where he said violence does not differentiate victims.
He entertained questions and interacted with the people on various subjects of interests and concerns.
A tweet by Isikat Adesaogun: Osinbajo said at the meeting: “When a bomb goes off in the market, it doesn’t stop to ask, ‘Are you a Christian or a Muslim?”
"When famine is spreading, hunger doesn’t ask if you’re from the northern or southern part of the country. These are all of our problems.”
According to Buki Oriola, Osinbajo also spoke on the menace of human trafficking and the programme for the rehabilitation of survivors.
Osinbajo also spoke on the efforts to rid the country of corruption, unemployment and provision of infrastructure as well as the social welfare programmes.
Meanwhile, NAIJ.com had in his capacity as the acting president, Osinbajo took some critical decisions, most of which attracted nationwide commendation from Nigerians.
President Muhammadu Buhari embarked on a 10-day vacation trip on Friday, August 3 after having notified the National Assembly in writing and transferred power to Vice President Yemi Osinbajo to act as the Acting President, as stipulated by the constitution.
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