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Author Topic: Saraki Directs Committee On Security To Suspend Recess  (Read 99 times)
January 11, 2018, 10:35:22 AM

Offline Mhiz Ifeoluwa

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The Senate Committee on Security will cut short its recess and immediately convene a meeting to address the ongoing killings in the country.

This is following a directive issued to it by Senate President Bukola Saraki as the upper chamber seeks to find a lasting solution to the recent killings in Benue and other states.
In a statement by his media aide, Yusuph Olaniyonu, the Senate President condemned the killings and said the attacks were clear indications that the security architecture in the country needed to be adressed.

“I believe the sad situation in Benue State shows some fundamental faults in our security system. There is clear failure of intelligence gathering, analysis and response time.

“We are quite aware of the fact that security is the first and prime responsibility of any government.

That is why since early last week I have directed the Lawan committee to take into consideration the sad developments in Benue and Rivers in their deliberations.
“Now, we cannot wait for the time they planned to conclude their recommendations. They must fast track their schedule .

“They must sit through the weekend and get an interim report ready for the Senate when we resume plenary on Tuesday, Jan. 16. We must immediately support the executive in solving this problem,” Saraki said.
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