President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday, August 8, met behind closed doors with leaders of idea from Adamawa state. The Nation reports that Adamawa state governor, Ahmadu Fintiri, led the delegation to the Presidential Villa.News agency accumulates that the gathering began around 2.58pm at the Council Chamber of the State House, Abuja.
Prior, President Buhari met behind closed doors with the country’s service chiefs. The gathering, was held at the president’s office at the presidential estate.
The gathering was centered around the security circumstance in the nation including banditry, kidnapping and armed robbery.
In the interim, News agency recently revealed that President Buhari passed demonstration of positive support on the security and law enforcement, saying they were equipped for protecting the nation, its people and property. The president expressed this while reacting to concerns raised by an appointment of Zamfara advocacy group on Monday, June 12, in Abuja. He said the military and the police had been taking intense measures to check the exercises of some local elements threatening the peace of the communities, including preventing farmers from going to their farms. Buhari said: “I assure you, I get daily reports from people in the field and traditional rulers. I also meet regularly with the leadership of the security agencies, and they have been directed to deploy their personnel to secure the society.” Describing as disastrous the disappointment of local leader in knowledge assembling, the president enjoined community and traditional leaders to screen intently the exercises of individuals in their area with the end goal of helping law enforcement to verify the communities.