FG Will Curtail Rising Insecurity – Adoke
The Federal Government has given assurance that it will take all necessary legislative, political and administrative measures to curtail the rising trend of insecurity in the land.
The Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Mohammed Bello Adoke, SAN, stated this when the Justice Ukeje-led Committee on the
Review of Bills Impacting on National Security presented its report to the Minister.
The Minister, represented by the Solicitor-General of the Federation/Permanent Secretary, Abubakar Ahmed Yola, OON, said that government would accord the highest consideration to the report in view of its national significance.
He said the Committee was set up on 23 April, 2012, as part of the
strategic national response to an emerging wave of insecurity and the attendant threats to the peace and stability of the country from various criminal and terrorist gangs.
The Minister commended the committee members for the service they have rendered the nation.
Earlier, in a remark, the Chairman of the Committee Justice, R. N. Ukeje, OFR, disclosed that embedded in the report, are five fundamental findings, and five recommendations.
She added that during its deliberations, the committee noted the constitutional implications in relation to national security and reference to existing international protocol, to ensure that no breach occurred.
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