Nnamani Calls for Establishment of Bipartisan Commission to Tackle Insecurity

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Former Senate President, Ken Nnamani has recommended the establishment of a Bipartisan Commission to study and tackle insecurity in Nigeria.

Speaking to newsmen, Nnamani expressed concerns over the ability of the Police Force to tackle the insecurity in various parts of the Country.

The Former Senate President stressed the need for modern training to be effectively deployed to eradicate these security challenges.

Written by: Helen Obih

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