Senate President Bukola Saraki has called for the sacking of Nigeria’s security chiefs over the incessant killings and security challenges in Nigeria.
“As you know, the National Assembly under my leadership, many months back, had seen this danger, called for a security summit, we had addressed the issue of security architecture.
We had said that there is definitely a failure of the security architecture of the country,” he said when he paid a visit to communities affected by a rainstorm in Ilorin, Kwara state.
Nigerians, hundreds of them, have been killed in 2018 in several parts of the country and the senate president believes the security chiefs ought to have done more to end the killings.
He said, “You are all very aware that some service chiefs decided in their own wisdom that there is no need for them to work with the National Assembly to address these issues.
“There is no society that continues to see the kind of killings here and think that it should be business as usual. It requires drastic action, it requires a collaboration of all agencies and all arms of government for us to be serious.”