Senate’s Eight-Hour Security Interface Targets Insecurity, Denies Focus on State Police


In an exhaustive eight-hour session involving top officials including the Service Chief, National Security Adviser, DG of Defence Intelligence, Minister for Defence, Interior, and Police Affairs, the Senate dispelled claims linking the discussions solely to the issue of state police.

Speaking during a media briefing after today’s plenary, Senate spokesperson Senator Yemi Adaramodu, representing Ekiti South, emphasized that the primary focus of the interface was to address the prevailing insecurity bedeviling the nation.

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The deliberations, characterized by intense exchanges and strategic planning, sought to devise comprehensive solutions to stem the tide of insecurity that has plagued various regions.

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