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Wednesday, 14 June 2017

Igbo quit notice: Reps, benefit boss in urgent meeting


The House of Representatives on Tuesday held shut entryway meeting with heads of security organizations with a view to tending to the various security challenges confronting the country. Chief General of Department of State Service , Lawal Daura, Minister of Interior Gen. Abdulrahman Bello Dambazau, Minister of Defense, Mansur Dan Ali, Chief of Defense Staff , General Abyomi Gabriel Olonisakin, Chief of Naval Staff, Vice Admiral Ibok-Ekwe Ibas, Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshal Sadique Abubakar at National Assembly not long after their meeting with House of Representatives individuals yesterday. Photograph by Gbemiga Olamikan. The House, managed by its Speaker, Mr Yakubu Dogara, went into the shut entryway meeting with the security boss subsequent to affirming the votes and procedures of Friday, June 9, 2017. The Security Chiefs who went to the meeting were: Chief of Defense Staff Gen. Gabriel Olonishakin, Chief of Army Staff, Lt.- Gen. Tukur Buratai and Chief of Air Staff Air Commodore Sadique Abubakar. Others were Chief of Naval Staff Vice Admiral Ibok-Ete Ibas and the Inspector-General of Police (IG-P) Ibrahim Idris. Likewise present at the meeting were the clergyman of Defense, Gen. Mansur Dan Ali and the Minister of Interior Lt-Gen Abdrahman Danbazau. Subtle elements of the meeting were yet to be found out as at the season of recording this report. In any case, a lawmaker who went to the meeting said in certainty that the present dangers from various gatherings the nation over were additionally examined at the meeting. "Despite the fact that the meeting was called particularly because of the worries of the House about developing instances of grabbing, the present fomentations and quit notification were additionally tended to,'' the administrator said. The official, who asked for obscurity, said that the security boss gave confirmations that they were on top of the circumstance and there was no cause to fear. Inquired as to whether gossip of upset was examined at the meeting, the part declined remark. Addressing newsmen by means of phone, Rep. Abdulrazak Namdas (Adamawa-APC) House Committee Chairman on Media and Public Affairs said he couldn't give points of interest of the dialog. He said that exchange was held independently as it fringes on national security. "The administration boss informed the House independently and we are happy with the endeavors they have been making in battling wrongdoing." ‎ "We comprehend that they have challenges, which they said. "As lawmaking body, we will work with them to settle those difficulties and by the beauty of God, we should see the finish of it soon,''Namdas guaranteed. A week ago, the house summoned the security boss in the wake of embracing a movement brought by the Minority Whip, Rep. Yakubu Barde. The movement was on the unremitting kidnappings in Kaduna state and different parts of the nation and also expanded equipped theft and wrongdoing the country over.

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