Buhari vows to evaluate Nigeria’s safety structure

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    President Buhari: vows to evaluate Nigeria’s safety in letter to Senate President

    By Naomi Sharang
    In a letter to Senate President Bukola Saraki, President Muhammadu Buhari vowed to evaluate the complete nationwide safety structure to sort out the nation’s challenges.

    Th letter dated Jan. 25, 2018 was learn by  Saraki throughout Wednesday’s plenary.

    “Action is being initiated and I expect to receive maximum cooperation from the Senate in line with Paragraph Three of the Senate resolutions”, President Buhari wrote.

    “As I briefed you and the Rt. Hon Speaker after we met on the Jan. 14, a number of programs of motion have been taken previous to the senate decision.

    “You might recall that I informed you of the next steps taken as quickly as the data got here to me concerning the Benue killings.

    “On Thursday, Jan. four, I despatched the Minister of Interior and the Deputy Inspector-General of Police in control of Operations for an on-the-spot evaluation of the scenario.

    “On Friday, Jan. 5, the Inspector-General of Police briefed me verbally on the newest scenario. Calm had then been restored’’.

    “On Monday, Jan. eight, the Minister of Interior met with the governors of Adamawa, Kaduna, Niger, Benue, Taraba and Nasarawa.

    “This was along with the DG of the State Security Services, IG-P, Commandant General Civil Defence, Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development.

    “The Commissioners of Police from the six aforementioned states and Comptrollers of Civil Defence of the six aforementioned states have been a part of the assembly.

    “At the occasion of Governor Samuel Ortom, a gathering was held within the presidential villa on Jan. 15 with a cross-section of Benue individuals the place frank and open discussions have been held.

    “Everybody appreciated the difficulties of the farmers-herders strife. I assured all of my dedication and guaranteed justice could be achieved’’, the letter stated.

    “To infer subsequently that nothing has been achieved, is wrong. The police are strenuously working to apprehend the remainder of the culprits of those heartless killings’’.

    “The Senate’s decision itemized in your letter could be considered and I’m instructing all related MDAs to issue them of their work’’.

    The president subsequently reiterated his dedication to evaluate the nationwide safety structure of the nation as promised in his inaugural tackle.

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