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13072018 - Insecurity: Nigeria at war, Reps tell Buhari

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Vanguard Newspaper 13 July 2018

13072018 - Insecurity: Nigeria at war, Reps tell

Inaugurate boards or risk sanctions, Oshiomhole warns Labour, Aviation ministers My govt delivering on its promises — Buhari EKITI: PDP takes protest to NASS, INEC Death toll in Sokoto attacks now 39 —Tambuwal We couldn’t have issued Adeosun exemption certificate —Ex-NYSC DG, Tsiga 4 4 14 2 2 ** VOL. 26: NO. 63592 FRIDAY, JULY 13, 2018 Insecurity: Nigeria at war, Reps tell Buhari •Say security chiefs, IGP have failed Nigerians •Pass 80 resolutions on security issues in 3 years •Set up c'ttee to take data of security personnel in the country •Use helicopter to fish out bandits, Senate tells FG •Calls for synergy among DSS, Police, Armed Forces •Begins move to establish state, community police INAUGURATION 4 By Henry Umoru & Levinus Nwabughiogu ABUJA—Moved by what they generally lamented as the breakdown of security in the country, members of the House of Representatives, yesterday, called on Speaker Yakubu Dogara to impress on President Muhammadu Buhari to know that Nigeria is in a state of war where injunctions of patience do not hold water. This came as the Senate, yesterday, called on the Federal Government to mandate the Air Force and Police Helicopter Division to carry out aerial surveillance of Sokoto, Zamfara and Kebbi states to identify locations and hideouts of bandits. Speaking on a motion on the state of insecurity in the land, following the massacre of more than 30 persons in Sokoto last Monday, members across party and ethnic lines lamented what they described as the laid-back posture of the Continues on Page 5 Naira 41 depreciates to N362.25/$ Mr & Mrs From left: Minister of State for Aviation, Alhaji Hadi Sirika; Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi; Gov Nasir El-Rufai of Kaduna State, President Muhammadu Buhari and FCT Minister, Malam Mohammad Bello, during the inauguration of the First Phase of the Abuja Rail Mass Transit Project in Abuja, yesterday. Photo: NAN. SEE STORY ON PAGE 4. Ex-Ondo dep gov’s daughter's murder: Suspect’s family disappears 7 COLUMNISTS: OWEI LASU VC, Lagos AG, 29 others conferred with SAN rank 2 31 DONU 17 AZU 36 13 yrs after our husbands died, life has been hell 25 — Oyeleru, Ubani's widows GWANGWAZO 31 SEE INSIDE