Former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar, has told the UK Government not to use the killing of a British aid worker to judge Nigeria’s character.
The British aid worker, identified as Faye Mooney, was shot dead after gunmen stormed the Kajuru Castle holiday resort in Kaduna on Friday. The gunmen also killed two people and kidnapped three others.
Atiku while reacting to the killings condemned the atrocious actions of the attackers and the bad image it has portrayed to the international community.
He explained that the continous killings in the country will lead to the loss of investment opportunities and partners who are interested in the growth and development of Nigeria’s economy.
The former Vice President called on Federal Government to track down the culprits and also keep Nigeria safe for its people and for foreigners coming in and out of the country.