Representatives instruct security agencies to enforce ban order

0

From Ndubuissi Orji, Abuja

lodge representatives yesterday instructed the Nigerian army, police and other security agencies to enforce the order declaring banditry in any part of the country an act of terrorism.

The Chamber also instructed security agencies to stem the rise in murder cases in Benue communities, especially those sharing borders with Nasarawa State.

The Green Room, while sympathizing with the families of the victims of banditry, called on the relevant government agencies to send relief materials to the displaced people.

This follows the adoption of a motion by Bem Mzondu, on the urgent need to stop further attacks and killings by herders and armed bandits in Benue communities.

100% natural herbs to finally put an end to premature ejaculation, weak erection and small manhood. Click here now .

Mzondu in his motion noted that recently there has been an increase in horrific attacks and killings by herdsmen in Guma, Markudi, West Gwer communities in Benue state local governments.

The lawmaker expressed concern that in an attack in Guma local government area yesterday, six people were killed while more than 20 people were injured.

According to him, there are suspicions of “alleged collusion of the army and other security agencies in the attack, because an army unit is stationed less than 5 km from where the shepherds and the bandits operated for more than two hours without any intervention from security”. agencies”.

“By the Notice of Proscription Order contained in the Federal Official Order of September 29, 2021, Volume 108, Yan Bindiga and Yan Ta’adda and other similar armed groups have been declared terrorists and illegal in any part of Nigeria, particularly in the North West and North Central and are prohibited under Sections 1 and 2 of the Prevention of Terrorism Act 2011…”

Share.

Leave A Reply