Nasarawa Assembly Asks Governor Sule To Hold Summit Over Insecurity

Halima Gayam  
Updated July 17, 2019


The Nasarawa State House of Assembly has passed a resolution asking the state government to organise a peace and security summit to address the security challenges.

Speaker of the House, Ibrahim Abdullahi, read the resolution after the Deputy Majority Leader, Daniel Ogazi, raised the matter of insecurity during the House proceedings in Lafia on Tuesday.

According to the Speaker, peace is fundamental to societal development, hence the need for the House resolution.

“The issue of peace and security is very important to the development of society. It is on this note that, we are urging Governor Abdullahi Sule as a matter of urgency to organise security submit.

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“The state government should assist security agencies with the necessary logistics. The government should also identify local vigilante and encourage them for effective service delivery as well as to check to mate the rising security challenges in the state,” he said.

While moving a motion on the need for an urgent step to address insecurity across the state, Ogazi, of the All Progressives Congress who represents Kokona East constituency, said that all hands must be on deck to tackle the menace.

The motion was, however, supported by a Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) lawmaker representing Kokona West constituency, Danladi Jatau, after which it was unanimously passed.