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Details of what Buhari, Senate President, Speaker discussed about Nigeria’s security

A week after the National Assembly raised concerns over worsening insecurity in the country and called for the removal of service chiefs, President of the Senate, Dr. Ahmad Lawan, and Speaker of the House of Representatives, Hon. Femi Gbajabiamila, met with President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday in the State House to discuss the raging issues. Buhari.

In a swift response to the concerns of the legislature, the three leaders resolved to work together over the country’s security affairs and resolved to constitute a committee to periodically review security issues ravaging the country and devise the way forward.

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Answering questions from State House reporters after the meeting, Gbajabiamila said membership of the committee would be drawn from both the executive and the legislative arms of government and would meet once in a month to review security situations in the country. Buhari.

According to Gbajabiamila, yesterday’s meeting was so fruitful and promising to the extent that the output would soon be visible for all to see.

“We are talking. Even just right now, we have gone on to set up a committee that will periodically review the issue of security, maybe once a month or once in six weeks, which will involve the two arms of government and the party. “Major progress was made in this discussion, which is a meeting that lasted for over an hour and I believe Nigerians will begin to see traction. They’ll begin to see changes.

You can be sure that concrete steps were taken in that direction,” he said. Both Lawan and Gbajabiamila who said they discussed calls for the sack of the service chiefs with the president, however, failed to disclose the response of the president to the matter.

In a swift response to the concerns of the legislature, the three leaders resolved to work together over the country’s security affairs and resolved to constitute a committee to periodically review security issues ravaging the country and devise the way forward.

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