Insecurity: Buhari, security chiefs meet behind closed doors in Aso Rock, Kenneth Omeruo is reported to have completed a move to Leganes from Chelsea – This is according to Leganes defender Dimitris Siovas who confirmed it according to Marca.

¬†As insecurity continues to be a source of concern for Nigerians, President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday, August 8, met behind closed doors with the country’s service chiefs. The Nation reports that the meeting, which was held at the president’s office at the presidential villa, started around 10:30am.

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The president stated this while responding to concerns raised by a delegation of Zamfara advocacy group on Monday, June 12, in Abuja. He same the military and therefore the police had been taking forceful measures to visualize the activities of some native parts threatening the peace of the communities, including preventing farmers from going to their farms.

Buhari said: “I assure you, I get daily reports from people in the field and traditional rulers.
I additionally meet often with the leadership of the protection agencies, and they have been directed to deploy their personnel to secure the society.
Describing as unfortunate the failure of native leadership in intelligence-gathering, the president enjoined community and ancient leaders to watch closely the activities of individuals in their domain with a read to aiding enforcement agencies to secure the country.

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