Popular Nigerian singer, Damini Ogulu, better known as Burna Boy, has lamented the increasing level of insecurity experienced across the country.
Taking to Twitter on Monday, June 6, the self-styled African giant condoled with all those who have lost their loved ones to the incessant terrorist strikes in Nigeria.
“Nothing is sacred anymore!? Mother’s, fathers, children and babies getting killed. My heartfelt condolences to all those who have lost family or friends from terrorists strikes across our country these past few months. I stand with you. Love, Damini.” He wrote on Twitter.
This follows the Sunday, June 6, attack on attendees at the St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in Owo, Ondo state, in which many people were killed and others were fatally wounded.
Meanwhile, a young Nigerian lady who lost her parents in the attack has taken to Twitter to mourn.
An elderly couple, Dr. and Mrs. Ajanaku, were two of the scores of victims who lost their lives in the attack.
Their orphaned daughter has now taken to Twitter to mourn their demise.
“The audacity of Nigeria to take my parents from me. I will always hate this country!!!!! It’s a promise! To my fellow parishioners who suffered a loss or two in this. I hope we can all find the fortitude the bear this loss. We were a community of well-meaning, harmless people. Our parents worked hard for a useless absolutely detestable govt. How can Nigeria take so much from us?” She wrote on Twitter.