Laban: FG will restore peace and sanity in two months
Senate President Ahmad Lavan gave a two-month deadline for the country to achieve a safer and more peaceful environment.
On Monday, the President of the Senate reassured him by speaking with State Chamber correspondents after meeting with President Muhammadu Bukhari at his office in the presidential villa in Abuja.
Referring to the goal of restoring peace and security as soon as possible, the Senate President said the government is doing everything it can to protect all parts of the country and ensure peace is restored before the season begins. Rain so that farmers and others can make a normal life possible in a safe environment.
He said the National Assembly will complement efforts to improve the military by helping with the appropriation of necessary equipment.
“I came to a meeting with the President to discuss the issue of the security of our nation, and in fact, today there is nothing more important and relevant than the security of Nigeria.
“We had a very broad discussion about the security of all parts of Nigeria and how we should improve the situation, we all have to play our part. Nobody would like to see what we are experiencing in different parts of the country in the form of insecurity.
“As political leaders, we have a responsibility to our people and we cannot avoid this, we have to protect our people, we have to protect the environment in order to make their livelihoods, we would like our farmers to return to their farms. Before the rainy season.
“This means we have to protect rural Nigeria as well as urban centers because we need businesses to thrive.
“Therefore, I believe that in the period from now, and possibly in the next couple of months, there will be many activities that will allow us to restore and protect the environment in which our people can lead a normal life.
“We also believe the government is moving in the right direction. As you remember, the National Economic Council approved the withdrawal of some funds from surplus crude oil accounts to provide more resources for our military.
“This is a commendable effort and we stand ready to help fund the acquisition of these security weapons for this country’s military to end this instability in the northeast, northwest, southeast / south-south and southwest. also.
“We believe it will also help to strengthen and strengthen the capabilities of other security services such as the police, because the police need to be there.”
Source: – The Nation