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Insecurity in Nigeria.

The minority congregation of the Nigerian Senate is moving to impeach the Nigerian President over the insecurity of the country.

According to one of our sources, the minority congregation is giving President Muhammadu Buhari (GCFR)…

…a six-week ultimatum to curb the rising insecurity in the country.

The minority congregation has also said the President should get ready to face impeachment…

…if he does not address the rising insecurity in the country within six weeks.

This impeachment was disclosed to our source by the Leader of the Minority in the Senate, Philip Aduda.

He disclosed this after staging a walkout from a meeting with other senators of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).

However, he said, the minority congregation is asking the President…

…to swiftly get a solution to stop the endless flow of killings…

…and the growing threats by terrorists in Abuja and across the federation.

The Presidency clashed with the Senate over Impeachment

The Presidency, through the President’s spokesman, Garba Shehu issued a statement.

In the statement, he described the action of the PDP senators as immature.

He advised them to make better use of their time.

The country’s capital is in fear due to the recent attack of a group of terrorists on the Presidential Guards Brigade.

The recent attack occurred on Sunday along the Bwari-Kubwa Road.

A captain, a lieutenant, and six soldiers were killed in the attack. Three were injured.

We learned the security personnel were ambushed on their way to the Bwari Campus of the Nigerian Law School.

After the security forces deployed troops and policemen in strategic locations in the FCT with helicopters and drones…

…reports were everywhere that shootings occurred at Dantata Bridge along Airport Road and Ministers’ Hill.

Panic and tension increased in the city as the residents got information that the terrorists were planning to attack some estates in some high-brow areas.

Insecurity in Nigeria: Residents worry

A Gwarimpa private estate resident said he is worried about the insecurity surrounding the nation’s capital.

 He said:

The terrorists have occupied the streets of Abuja and we are still playing politics instead of us to shout out.

They have issued a threat and those guys would carry out their threats; we have seen this in the past.

If they can attack Kuje Medium Custodial Centre, it is only God that can prevent further attacks.

Another resident in Kuje said:

The entire security situation in the FCT calls for concern.

What it means is that Abuja that we used to think is the safest place in the country has been breached.

Take a look at these attacks that have happened of recent for yourself.

A resident of Lugbe said:

Since Monday, I have hardly slept. You don’t know where the attack is coming from.

Life has not been the same.

We cannot move around the way we used to. The most painful thing is that our leaders will not admit it.

A furniture store manager in Karu said he still close his store at 8 pm despite the insecurity.

Meanwhile, the FCT Administration has called for all schools to shut down.

The Federal Ministry of Education also called for the immediate closure of the Federal Government College in Kwali, Abuja.

This decision came in after it was reported there was a terrorist attack on the Sheda community which is close to the college.

However, the National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools in Nigeria (NAPPS) in a statement on Wednesday said the directive…

…to shut down schools came from the FCT Education Secretariat.

The statement reads:

Dear school educators, instruction reaching me now from the Ag. Director DQA is that the FCT Education secretariat has directed that schools are to make sure all examinations going on should be ended by Wednesday, July 27,2022 and all students including those in boarding should be allowed to go home for the holiday.

Those writing external examinations and schools that have planned their end of the year speech and prize-giving day beyond Wednesday, 27th could go ahead as planned but must put adequate security in place to safeguard both students and staff of their schools, you are addressed strictly to the above instructions.

The publicity secretary of both NAPPS and AMAC, Peter Edoh confirmed the authenticity of the statement saying, “Yes. It is very true”

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