Nigerian Abuja Food Vendor identified as @Soy Hadassah on Twitter has cried out for help, after his father was burned alive by a Nigerian soldier in Cross River State.
Hadassah posted on his Twitter page four days ago, alleged that soldiers has been burning houses in Nko community of Yakurr Local Government Area of Cross River.
Wakadaily gathered that the Nigerian Army had entered the warring communities in a bid to restore peace as well as manage the communal clash between Nko and Onyedama communities in Yakurr and Obubra LGAs following the crisis between the two communities over a parcel of land, which has now been taken over by the state government.
Hadassah tweet below
“Dear Nigerians, They’re still shooting sporadically in my village (Nko, Yakurr area of cross river state.) It’s enough that they burnt our house with my father in it and my poor mother is still in tye Bush hiding for her life. We can’t even travel which makes more horrible.
“I know I serve God. I’m still waiting to hear why He allowed this kind of death. I don’t know when I’d be ok. I’m shattered. My spirit is just too low. I don’t even feel like pursuing anything. They have killed him. Nothing can bring him back. I’m just too weak to do anything.
“My father was burnt like a ram, normal human being won’t even eat a ram-like that. Fight for me God, and comfort my mother and siblings. This is too much for us, I want to run raving mad, I can’t stand this pain and hurt I feel. God please, help me.”
“If I and my siblings feel this way, what about my poor mother that everything happened before her very eyes? What is the use of getting my PVC now? I screamed for help, no government agency answered me. Life will never be the same again.”