House Decries Insecurity in Nigeria

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Adedayo Akinwale in Abuja

The House of Representatives Tuesday decried the spate of insecurity in the country, describing it as alarming.

The Chairman, House Committee on Media, Hon. Benjamin Kalu, stated this while briefing journalists after the House adjourned plenary till Wednesday to mourn the death of a member who represented Babura/Garki Federal Constituency of Jigawa State, Hon. Muhammad Fagen-Gawo, who died last year in a Dubai hospital.

He said that the cries of those that have lost their lives are giving them sleepless night, hence the need for legislative interventions to ensure Nigerians are better protected.

Kalu stated: “The insecurity in the land is too much, it is alarming, we can no longer paint it with beautiful colours, we can no longer discuss about it in low tunes. The cries of the people that have lost their lives, they are giving us sleepless night and something needs to be done about it and this Ninth Assembly is…



Source: Thisday Newspaper