Enough is enough, northern stakeholders demand urgent sack of service chiefs

Enough is enough, northern stakeholders demand urgent sack of service chiefs

- The calls for the sack of service chiefs have continued following the rise in security challenges

- Northern stakeholders have joined thousands who are calling for the dismissal of the service chiefs following the killing of 43 rice farmers

- They are asking that the entire security architecture be overhauled to solve the rising insecurity in several parts of the country

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Arewa Stakeholders Consultative Circle on Tuesday, December 1, asked President Muhammadu Buhari to sack the service chiefs immediately amid worry by the rising security challenges in the north.

In a report by The Nation, the northern stakeholders made the appeal in their communiqué signed by 12 leaders of groups representing several northern states after an emergency meeting in Kaduna state.

The stakeholders explained that the current security challenges in Nigeria, particularly the north is an indication that the security operatives have been overwhelmed.

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Enough is enough, northern stakeholders demand urgent sack of service chiefs
Northern stakeholders demand President Buhari to sack service chiefs immediately. Photo credit: @NigeriaGov
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They went on to note that the service chiefs have exhausted all strategies within their capacity to stop the avoidable killings.

The Arewa Stakeholders stated categorically that, the entire security architecture must be overhauled if the war against insurgency and criminalities must be won.

Stressing the need for an overhaul of the nation's security architecture, the groups said they have had enough of the innocent killings.

Going further, the northern stakeholders called on Buhari to relive the nation’s service chiefs of their posts.

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Legit.ng recalls that the federal government has been urged to consider a change of security architecture in Nigeria.

Senate president Ahmad Lawan made the call on Monday, November 30, when he led the presidential delegation to condole with the government and the people of Borno over the tragic killing of 43 farmers by insurgents.

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Meanwhile, things might start going bad for the terrorists ravaging Nigeria as President Muhammadu Buhari gave a marching order to the military.

The president specifically ordered the military to take the fight to the insurgents.

Going further, Buhari said there is nothing more important than ensuring the security of lives and property of Nigerians.

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