by Dare Lawal
President Goodluck Jonathan sent an emissary to Borno state to condole with the people of the state over the misfortune that befell Baga last week as terrorists rampaged and ravaged the town.
Who did he send? The Minister of State for Power, Mohammed Wakil, who is an indigene of Borno state.
Wakil said that the president was sad over the continuous killing of innocent Nigerians by the Boko Haram insurgents, adding that the Peoples Democratic Party was also pained by the savagery unleashed on the North-East by the terrorist group.
Wakil was received at the Maiduguri International Airport by thousands of PDP supporters and party chiefs.
He told them that he was in the state to convey the sympathy and condolence of President Jonathan to the people. Wakil said that Aso Rock was unhappy and worried about the killings, including the Baga killings reported to have claimed about 150 lives.