Unless God Himself intervenes, the level of insecurity that is currently causing anxiety and terror in certain regions of the country appears to be increasing. Security personnel are being attacked and murdered by civilians, while civilians are being slaughtered by security personnel. There is an adage that evil thoughts drop from the minds of the elderly into the minds of the young. A student recently assaulted a teacher, resulting in his hospitalization. The same student also attacked a security guard, who was later ambushed and caught by the police.
An unidentified young man in his early twenties mustered the bravery to record himself in a video, which I'm not sure how made it to the internet's surface. In the footage, the pupil is seen holding a large machete and threatening to hack off teacher Foster's head. These were the words that came out of his mouth, in his own words.
"I've heard Teacher Foster is on the lookout for me around campus." Tell him I'll be arriving at school on Monday. He is the owner of this machete in size 39. On Monday, I sculpt his neck like a doll; this is junior seeker speaking."
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