Tuesday, May 23, 2017
MANCHESTER TERRORIST BOMBING, SOMEBODY NEEDS TO RESIGN.
ICHEOKU says American music superstar Ariana Grande's concert in Manchester England was bombed by what apparently is a terrorist attack, although yet unconfirmed. So far 19 people are reported killed with over sixty others wounded. That such a high profile public event could be so easily penetrated by whoever the terrorist or terrorists are, without being detected, is to say the least, simply mind boggling. Not after all the attacks which has been going on in both Britain and Europe in general, would someone transport a bomb into or near a concert venue without being caught and now the politicians, as usual, are mouthing off for people to "forget about it" and soldier on. ICHEOKU says how about whoever is in charge of security in the city of Manchester resigning for incompetence and his or her inability to safeguard an ordinary concert venue by frisking and searching everyone entering therein the venue. Who made the bomb, where were the materials sourced and purchased from; who transported the bomb to the venue and in was manner was it conveyed from the place of manufacture to the place of carnage.
ICHEOKU says it is about time someone is held responsible for all these senseless murders in addition to those terrorists who are always having their way with us and taking innocent lives. Someone is being paid for providing security in Manchester and security was not provided, so his office let another take. Hopefully a new thinking would be brought into protecting the citizens and seriously tackling the plague that is terrorism, particularly radical Islamist terrorism. ICHEOKU says admitted the incident would eventually be solved, but how about proactively preventing it from happening in the first place or is there any way those killed could be brought back to life. ICHEOKU's heart goes out to the killed and wounded; but it is about time the political correctness that is leg-shackling security agents from doing the needful, be removed so that they can go to work and have things like this prevented before they happen.