The President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), has called for an emergency security meeting amid the move by some opposition senators to impeach him.
Premium Politics had reported that Senate Minority Leader, Philip Aduda (PDP, FCT), on Wednesday, staged a walkout after Senate President Ahmad Lawan of the ruling All Progressives Congress vetoed a move to debate the recent security challenges.
The opposition lawmakers had agreed to a six-week ultimatum for the President to address the current spate of insecurity or get impeached.
Buhari’s spokesman, Garba Shehu, described the move by the senators as a bravado that won’t see the light of the day.
The President, it was learnt, subsequently, summoned an emergency meeting of the National Security Council for today.
The country is currently plagued with insecurity and fears have spread across the land wth a recent security report by the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps revealing that there are strong indications that two terrorist groups, the Islamic State West Africa Province and Boko Haram are planning to attack Lagos, Kaduna and other states.
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