Senator Ali Ndume, the chairman of the Senate Committee on the Army, nearly spat fire during a live interview with Seun Okinbaloye of Channels TV on Thursday.
The senator addressed the horrific terrorist incident at the Kuje Prison in Abuja on Tuesday night on Thursday’s episode of Channels TV Politics Today.
Nigerians have responded to the incident and urged the relevant authorities to investigate its cause, detain those he released, and find the terrorists.
Boko Haram fighters make up around 1000 of the most problematic prisoners. After the terrorists invaded the location to carry out the operation, He released criminals and other prisoners awaiting trials.
He learned that the crooks achieved their goal for three continuous hours before leaving.
Senator Ali Ndume responded to the situation on Thursday while participating in the live program, saying it was terrible and disheartening that such a thing could happen at a government building near the executive branch of government and that 24 hours later, there was no arrest has been made.
The host, Seun Okinbaloye, invited the senator to remark on what the Senate president had stated when he had visited the scene, which is when the trouble began.
On Thursday morning, Senate President Ahmed Lawan visited the location and voiced his disgust with the occurrence. Lawal lamented that if He had taken the required precautions, He might have avoided such an incident.
Ndume declined to respond to Lawan’s speech, feeling that it was too light-hearted in light of the immense tragedy of the situation on the ground.
Seun Okinbaloye thought he ought to say something, notwithstanding his decision to remain mute on the Senate President’s response. Ali Ndume expressed his disappointment in Okinbaloye after being enraged by his lack of tenacity.
He claimed to have come to the station for important business, but this is what he wanted to talk to him about. He explained that Ndume would not have consented to visit the station if he had realized this was the question he would be asking.
He asserted that Okinbaloye should change his question or end the session because he didn’t know the right questions to ask.
On Thursday, Ndume said this during the live television program.