– Nigeria’s security challenges across the country are now of great concern to the Senators of the North
– After Senators believe that the security situation in the country cannot continue without measures to contain it
– The governors consequently said that there had to be a solution to the problem and every well-meaning Nigerian must be a part of it
The security situation in Nigeria is a cause for concern for the North Senatorial Forum. According to the forum, the situation must not go on unchecked.
This was reported by the chairman of the forum, Aliyu Magatakarda, reports Daily Trust.
He said they were deeply concerned and determined to find a solution to the problem, added Guardian.
” As Nigerians and as northerners, we are concerned and it cannot go on like this. We want every Nigerian to sleep with their eyes closed.
“We have to find a solution. We are concerned that all of the country’s geopolitical zones face some security challenge. We have to find a solution. ”
Going on, he revealed that the discussion about the security challenges in the House of Lords has begun.
ESN warehouse destroyed
In another development, Nigerian security forces destroyed one of the Eastern Security Network (ESN) camps, which is linked to the indigenous peoples of Biafra (IPOB).
According to the report, the invasion of the camp was carried out by members of the army, police and the Nigerian air force.
According to reports, the dismantling of the camp took place in Amii-Akabo, Ikeduru District, State.
A police source cited in the report revealed that one of the gang members, Osinachi., was leading troops into the camp where Stanley a female police inspector was held in captivity.
A native of the be also claimed that no fewer than 10 houses were destroyed by the security forces.
Confirmation for Bauchi governor
In the meantime, before the next general election In 2023, the youth leaders are in 42 groups in the northern region has reportedly endorsed Bauchi state governor Bala Mohammed for the presidential run.
The youth leaders gave theirs Position in Yola, capital of Adamawa state, announced at a press conference on Wednesday June 9th under the umbrella of the Northern Youth Leaders Forum (NYLF).