Wednesday, 24 April 2019

Senate Wants Security Beefed Up In Benue, Taraba Border Towns

The Senate on Wednesday expressed concerns over recent violent clash among youths in the border communities of Benue and Taraba States, that left many dead.

It, therefore, asked that security be beefed up in the two border towns.

The decision was reached after Senator Emmanuel Bwacha (Taraba South) citing Order 42 and 52, drew the attention of the Senate to the clash.

The senators observed a minute silence in honour of those killed in the clash and also called on the National Emergency Management Agency to come to the aid of the victims.

They also called on the police authorities to hasten the completion of a Police Mobile Force barracks in the border towns of the two states.

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