Senate President, Bukola Saraki has once again summoned the Inspector General of Police, alongside the Department of State Service and the Army to appear before the Senate to explain the reasons behind recent abductions in the country.
The Senate and the IGP have been locked in a war of wits for weeks the inviation to the IGP to appear before Senate and his insistence to appear through representation.
The disagreements climaxed with a Senate resolution last week declaring the IGP “an enemy of democracy” and therefore “unfit to hold public office in Nigeria and outside the country”.
Saraki on his Twitter handle on Wednesday noted that another 87 persons have been abducted off the “nation’s highways.”
He added that the trend cannot be allowed to continue and therefore urged the security outfits to appear before the Senate. – Punch