President Muhammadu Buhari investigates how the terrorists acquire their arms. Queried Security Chiefs.

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Despite the closure of nation's borders with the neighboring countries, many insurgents in the country are still been supplied with so many war arms that are even more than the ones the government agencies have.

And resently, the president of Nigeria, president Muhammadu Buhari, who has been disturbed by the situation have started interrogating the security Chief over the issue, to know how the terrorists are still acquiring their arms depite border closures.

There have been a current spate of killings in Southern Kaduna now, and the Catholic Bishops Conference of Nigeria, CBCN has recently asked the federal government and the kaduna state government to ensure that they do something concerning the killing of some innocent citizens in the country, and in reaction to the alarm raised by the CBCN, the president has urged the Service Chiefs make the security very strong by providing more arms for the government Forces.

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Also in the three hour meeting held at the Council Chamber, Presidential Villa, Abuja, the President focused on the strategies that can be applied in order tackle the internal security challenges in the country, the meeting was attended the by six governors that were representing their Geo-political zone who suggested that joint strategies can help in the issues.

Many stakeholders in the meeting strongly agreed that more arms should be provided for the government security agencies, since the president in his assumption held that terrorists in the North-East have far more weapons and money than government and if they must be conquered, the agencies responsible in fighting against them must be provided with greater arms in order to hold them captive.

And also in the issue of the terrorists being able the get more arms depite that the borders has been locked up, the president has queried the security chiefs on how that can be possible and also asked them to meet among themselves in-between the National Security Council meeting to see that they better gather, interprete and mobilize intelligences on investigating the terrorists sources of acquiring those arms.

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