Former governor raises alarm over alleged plot to sabotage Buhari’s presidency
- Senator Orji Uzor Kalu has reacted to the security challenges in the country
- The lawmaker suggested that there might be a conspiracy against the current regime
- Kalu made recommendations on how to solve the security challenges in Nigeria
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Senator Orji Uzor Kalu says he believes that there are attempts to sabotage the presidency of Muhammadu Buhari.
The lawmaker who represents Abia North in the National Assembly made the statement during an interview with Channels TV on Monday, April 12.
He said the security challenges in-country would be checked with close collaboration between the federal government and governors.
The senator said:
“I believe there is sabotage to the Presidency of Muhammadu Buhari. A lot of sabotage, things are on duty to sabotage him, the society.
“The Federal Government should cooperate with the state governments. We have done well as a party in many areas but security is key and we need to address this issue, come together.''
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Kalu who was a former governor advised President Buhari to convey a security summit with the service chiefs, governors, selected ex-governors, and former military personnel to tackle the numerous security challenges in the country.
Meanwhile, the Abia state governor, Okezie Ikpeazu, has explained why he and his colleagues in the southeast region of the country took the decision to launch their own joint security outfit codenamed 'Ebube Agu.'
Ikpeazu said the new agency would oversee and monitor the activities of vigilante groups within the geopolitical zone.
According to him, the governors came together to synergise and see how best they can protect the lives and properties of citizens.
The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) stated that it has received an alert from the ministry of aviation over planned attacks on airports across the country.
The Cable reported that this was contained in a memo addressed by FAAN to airport chiefs of security.
Legit.ng gathered that the online medium said in the document dated April 9, the airports on the list include those in Kaduna, Maiduguri, Sokoto, Kano, Abuja, and Lagos.