Security Council Meeting Between Jonathan, 36 Governors Postponed
The expanded security council meeting between President Goodluck Jonathan and governors of the 36 state schedule to hold today to discuss ways of ending the security challenges in the country, has been postponed.
The meeting, which had been hitherto scheduled for 4.00pm today, was supposed to be a follow-up to an earlier one Jonathan had with the governors elected on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party governors (PDP) last Thursday.
It was gathered this morning that the meeting is not on the Presidency’s programme for today.
A source in the Presidency has also confirmed that the meeting has been rescheduled for 12.00 noon tomorrow.
The source said the Presidency would later today officially explain reasons for the postponement.
It is not immediately clear if the rescheduled day and time for the meeting will clash with another meeting of the northrn governors which has been fixed for Thursday.
The northern governor are shceduled to meet tomorrow with leaders of Miyetti Allah (fulani community) to find a lasting solution to the clash between farmers and fulani herdsmen and also to discuss the memo sent to the Northern Governors Forum by Governo Murtala Nyako of Adamawa state.
In order to allow its governors attended the security meeting with the president and the service chiefs, the All Progressives Congress had postponed its state congresses earlier schedule for today to Saturday
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