Dec 9, 2021

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Insecurity: You Must Not Rest, Buhari Gives Marching Orders to Security Chiefs

  • All security chiefs have been instructed to pursue insurgents, bandits, terrorists and other criminals in the country
  • The order was given by the president Buhari said on Thursday , November 25th, at the end of the National Security Council, NSC,
  • that despite the progress made, they cannot rest until all Nigerians have rested. Eliminate uncertainty

Abuja – President Muhammadu Buhari has ordered an immediate security response to the current uncertainty across the country, sparked by bandit activity and insurgents, reports the leadership.

The Nigerian leader gave the marching orders on Thursday, November 25th, after receiving instructions for them from all security chiefs, security agencies and secret services nationwide security.

In a Another report by Vanguard, Rauf Aregbesola, Minister of the Interior ma the unveiling at the end of the session of the National Security Council (NSC), which was chaired by President Buhari in the presidential villa.

During the Successes and achievements of the security chiefs are recognized, the President noted that they must not rest until all Nigerians are calm.

He ordered the armed forces and other security agencies, intelligence agencies, Investigate insurgents, bandits and terrorists regardless of progress and efforts to eradicate criminal activity.

Group blames intelligence failure for the recent assassination of an army general, others

Earlier, reported that a coalition of 76 non-governmental organizations and civil society activists surrendered the intelligence arms of the military and the Department of State Security Services (DSS) sustained attacks on military formations and other state infrastructure by terrorists has struck the war on insecurity, but a blatant embarrassment for the armed forces and Nigeria in general.

The group made particular reference to the recent broad day kidnapping of travelers along the Abuja road. Kaduna, an attack in Borno in which a general and three other soldiers were killed, the attack on a train to Kaduna-Abuja and some other clear cases of intelligence failure.

Abuja-Kaduna Road: The legislature sends important messages to the army, police and others location after the ongoing kidnapping of Nigerians on the Kaduna-Abuja-Highway.

According to the legislature, the security authorities must stop the attacks and save lives.