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Senate, Executive collaborates to end insecurity as a 2-day Summit ends in Abuja

Ateko Usman-Ejima

Nigeria Senate has ended a two days National Security Summit, saying, the summit sponsored by the Nigerian Senate was a strategic collaboration amongst all arms of government to end insecurity in Nigeria.

The Summit was attended by the Presidency, Security Chiefs and heads of Federal Ministries, Departments and Agencies.

In a statement made available to DAILY ASSET in Abuja, and which was signed by the Senate leader, Senator Ahmed Lawan, he said, the summit offered those concern the priviledge to survey the nation’s current security situation and to place all issues on the table in an effort to find short and long term solutions to the nation’s security challenges.

“Summit presenters and attendees focused on the areas of weakness that should be strengthened and the various assets at the Federal government’s disposal, particularly, ways to strengthen security through the deployment of assets.”

“The primary purpose of the Summit is to reassure citizens that all arms of government are serious about addressing insecurity and are working collaboratively to find solutions. Out of the whole-of-government effort, Nigerians can expect a higher level of security to protect lives and property.”

“The Summit wishes to express its appreciation to all participants for their valuable contributions to the Summit’s success. Nigerians can expect more positive collaboration of this kind between the Executive and Legislative Branches of government”.

“Further, the Senate looks to use the data and information from the proceedings to improve the security sector through legislative interventions and advocacy”, the statement concluded.

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