The leadership of 80s Connect Club, Kabba has expressed sadness over the recent explosion in Kabba town which led to loss of lives and properties.
According to a statement signed by the President of the Club, Mr Ayo Amoyedo and made available to our reporter in Lokoja by the Publicity Secretary of the Club, Hon. Austine Alaba Medaiyedu, the 60s Connect Club sympathized with the families of the bereaved and equally consoled all those who lost their properties in the unfortunate incident.
The Club said plans are ongoing to provide financial support to all victims of the explosion as part of her corporate social responsibility.
Mr. Ayo Amoyedo called on all security agencies, particularly the Nigeria Police Force, to as a matter of urgency commence a thorough investigation on the explosion with a view to unraveling those behind it.
“As the President of 80s Connect, I want to appeal to all and sundry to be vigilant as we go into the mainstream of electioneering season in our country.
“We should equally endeavor to report the activities of strange people around our communities to the law enforcement officers at all times,” he said.