Deputy Speaker decries rate of kidnapping in Plateau

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The Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, Idris Wase, has decried the rate of kidnapping in his constituency, in Plateau State.

Wase raised the alarm when a member of the House, Abdullahi Salame called for the establishment of a national task force to combat insecurity.

The deputy speaker, however, opposed the establishment of a new security outfit, noting that the existing ones should be allowed to discharge their duties.

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