Former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar has condemned Friday’s bombing of an Internally Displaced Persons’ camp in Yola, the Adamawa State capital.
The blast, which rocked the IDPs camp in Malkohi, left at least two persons dead and 20 others injured.
Atiku, who’s the Turakin Adamawa, reacted to the unfortunate incident via Facebook.
“I’m deeply saddened by the bombing incident at the Yola IDP camp today. Only persons with hearts of evil could do this. The Yola IDP camp is the largest in Nigeria, and refuge to thousands of people who fled the insurgency from Borno and Yobe.
“Many people I know were working as volunteers in the camp, including staff and students of AUN, who sustained minor injuries in today’s blast. Today’s attack is an attempt to break the spirits of the people who came to seek refuge. The perpetrators will know no peace.
“We refuse to be broken. We will win the war against terrorism. We shall overcome!”