Group Says Women and Children are Mostly Affected by Insecurity
Southern Kaduna women decried the high rate of widows and children displaced by the incessant attacks by suspected herders across the Southern part of the state over the years.
The women under the platform of the National Women Wing of the Southern Kaduna Peoples Union lamented that women and children were worst hit by the insecurity situation which had claimed the lives of their husbands.
The National Coordinator of the Women Wing of SOKAPU, Jemutu Katarma, while speaking in its maiden meeting which was held at the SOKAPU Secretariat, noted that the over 200,000 internally displaced persons across the area were women and children. While the president of southern Kaduna people's union Jonathan Asake who was represented by Luka biniyet the organization PRO lamented the high rate of insecurity.