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Rising Insecurity: Buhari Meets Nasarawa Governor In Abuja

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President Muhammadu Buhari has met with the Nasarawa State Governor, Abdullahi Sule, over the rising insecurity in the state.

The duo met at Presidential Villa in Abuja on Tuesday, August 18, after which Sule told journalists that the worsening menace of insecurity in the state is due to the activities of bandits who came from the Northwest and Northeast parts of the region.

According to the governor, the situation has been so bad that even hunters and vigilante groups have braced up and resolve to face the criminal head-on.

Sule said: “Hunters, as well as the vigilante groups in Nasarawa state, are able to follow because they are very familiar with the places.

“The criminals in Nasarawa State are new, they are not from Nasarawa State, so as a result of that, our own people are more familiar with the ground and are able to follow where they are,” he said.

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