Vector took to social media, and called for the complete destruction of Sambisa forest, which is regarded as the hideout of the insurgents.
Vector has reacted to the bomb blast in Yola, Adamawa, following the explosion that ripped through the city on Tuesday, November 17, 2015.
According to the RED Cross, at least 32 persons have been confirmed dead and 80 wounded after the explosion occurred around 8pm, at a fruit and vegetable market in the Jimeta area of the state.
Vector took to social media, and called for the complete destruction of Sambisa forest, which is regarded as the hideout of the insurgents. He also threw doubts as to the existence of the kidnapped Chibok girls, and speculated that if indeed they exist, they should be annihilated along with the extremists for the greater good.
“Menh! The state can't be this weak. I don't care what anyone thinks, Some evil will be and are necessary. Nuke these assholes.” Wrote Vector with a picture of a newspaper headline which announces 31 casualties.
“A group of insurgent men and women cannot hold a whole country to ransom like this. There's a democratic approach to this which i simply will sate as UTILITARIANISM. Whatever action that will bring happiness to the greater number is JUSTIFIABLE. Normative ethics you crazy government dummies.
“The only reason why the whole sambisa isn't BOMBED OUT is because of the girls that nothing (as being suggested) can be done for. Simple question is, are there more people dying now and are going to die later? Will the death toll reach and surpass 2hudred and thirty four? Has it already surpassed two hundred and thrty four? Are there really two hundred and thirty four girls in captivity? Are the girls going to be mentally EVER alright seeing that they are constantly probably being molested and raped?
“I repeat THAT IS IF THRY ARE REALLY IN CAPTIVITY! God #SAVE NIGERIA."
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