The President of the Senate, Ahmad Lawan, has appointed Senator Enyinaya Abaribe into the Senate ad-hoc committee on the current security architecture of the country.  The committee was inaugurated by the Senate President on Tuesday.

Senate President Lawan, inaugurating the  committee in Abuja, mandated the 18 members to recommend ways to improve the nation's present security situation.

The appointment and inauguration of the Senate ad hoc committee on security challenges in the country, were done one week after Senator Abaribe called on President Muhammadu Buhari to resign over failure to guarantee security in the country. The call was made at the Senate plenary which was devoted to deliberations on the security situation in the country. The resolution was made at the plenary to set up a committee on 'Nigerian Security Challenges: Urgent Need To Restructure, Review and Reorganise the Current Security Architecture.'

The Senate President urged the committee members to be rigorous in their assignment in order to "deepen the understanding of the nature of the security crisis."

He told the committee members to have a realistic assessment of the


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