Insecurity: Governors of Niger and Zamfara meet with National Security Adviser

To address escalating insecurity in Zamfara and Niger States, the governors of both states recently met secretly with National Security Adviser Mallam Nuhu Ribadu. The closed-door discussion aimed to find solutions to these regions’ critical security challenges.

Governor Dauda Lawal of Zamfara State, accompanied by Governor Mohammed Umar Bago of Niger State, was recently reported to have paid a visit. This visit was made as part of their collaborative efforts to combat the persistent banditry problem in both states. The media aide to Zamfara Governor Suleiman Bala Idris transmitted this information in a statement. The governor’s goal is to find a long-term solution to this recurring issue that has sparked regional anger.

It was recently revealed that the Governors met behind closed doors with the National Security Adviser. The meeting was conducted in the office of the National Security Adviser in Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory.

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Governor Lawal has expressed grave concern about the growing insecurity in Zamfara State. He emphasized that this crucial issue has prompted him to carefully investigate viable solutions to the current disruption.

Governors Dauda Lawal and Mohammed Umar Bago visited Mallam Nuhu Ribadu to boost the partnership between the two states and the National Security Adviser’s office.

Governor Lawal has made restoring peace in Zamfara his primary priority since taking office as the state’s executive governor.

According to his statement, the Governors recently met with the NSA to discuss key security matters.

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