Insecurity: Buhari Meets With Fayemi, Buni, Bello in Aso Rock

Insecurity: Buhari Meets With Fayemi, Buni, Bello in Aso Rock

- President Buhari has met with some top leaders in APC

- Specifically, he met with Fayemi, Buni, Bello at the presidential villa

- Their discussion is believed to be centered around the insecurity in the country

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As insecurity continues to affect many areas in Nigeria, President Muhammadu Buhari has met the Chairman of the All Progressive Congress (APC) National Caretaker Committee and Yobe state governor, Mai Mala Buni.

Buhari also met with the chairman of the Nigerian Governors’ Forum (NGF), Dr Kayode Fayemi, in the Presidential Villa, Abuja.

Also, the governor of Niger state, Sani Bello was also at the meeting with the president.

Insecurity: Buhari meets with Fayemi, Buni, Bello in Aso Rock
President Buhari has met the chairman of APC national caretaker committee and Yobe state governor, Mai Mala Buni, over the insecurity in the country. Photo: Femi Adesina
Source: Twitter

The governors are believed to have met with President Buhari over the security situation in Niger State.

In another report, Governor Samuel Ortom of Benue on Sunday, May 23, said he will no longer announce the deaths of those killed by herdsmen in the state.

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Ortom, who made the remark at the Chapel of Grace in Government House, Makurdi, to round up a prayer and fasting programme said the people of Benue should rise up and defend themselves with weapons not prohibited by law.

The governor speaking further at the interdenominational church service urged residents to get a licence for dane guns from local government chairmen and use them to defend themselves. He went on to note that as long as he remained within God’s circle no weapon fashioned against him would prosper.

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Meanwhile, reported that the Benue government, on Thursday, May 6, approved the establishment of vigilante groups to combat the high rate of insecurity in the state.

Governor Ortom disclosed this when he briefed journalists attached to his office on the outcome of the expanded stakeholders’ meeting held at the new banquet hall of the Government House, Makurdi.

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He said renewed attacks on the people by armed herdsmen had overstretched security agencies, stressing that his government had decided to enforce the law to establish vigilante groups.


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