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Friday, 9 March 2018

Politicians Importing Arms Into Nigeria Ahead Of 2019, Says Ekweremadu

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Ike Ekweremadu

Ekweremadu, who had prior cautioned of a conceivable military takeover in Nigeria, opened the jar of worms through his own twitter handle @Ike_Ekweremadu, anticipating an abnormal state of savagery and thuggery in the nation's next general election. 

Nigeria's Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu, has asserted that politicians are starting to import weapons into the nation in readiness for 2019 general election. 

“With 2019 around the corner, Arms are being imported by Politicians”, Ekweremadu tweeted.

The deputy senate president attested that he cautioned those bringing in the weapons that their activity would obliterate the nation and prompt a major misfortune for the general population. 

Ekweremadu, be that as it may, did not uncover the individuals who are bringing in the weapons. 

He expressed, “I remind them that this is the only Country we have, if we destroy it, there will be nowhere else for us to go.”

He additionally asked politicians in the nation to contribute and raise the standard of education in the nation demanding that education must be made open for everybody the nation over 

Ekweremadu's assertion is coming as the Senate starts investigation by Senator Dino Melaye on Thursday that Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi State imported confined security devices without getting the end user certificate from the National Security Adviser (NSA), as the law requests. 

The Senator speaking to Kogi West senatorial area in the National Assembly who made the allegation at the Senate's whole said he had adequate verification to demonstrate that the things were foreign without the NSA's learning. 

He included that the Nigeria Customs captured the things, which were in the guardianship of Nigeria Aviation Handling Company of Nigeria (NAHCO). He likewise requested that the Senate teach the James Manager drove Ad-hoc Committee to take the issue as a component of their assignments and to guarantee that they were still in the guardianship of NAHCO. 

The Senate had before set-up a board headed by Senator James Manager Delta PDP, to complete a point by point examination of assaults amid strengthening program composed by Senator Ahmed Ogembe, in Okene, Kogi state a weekend ago. 

“Mr. President, distinguished colleagues, in view of this, I urge the Committee led by a ranking Senator, James Manager to add this assignment.”

“I also urge them to move to NAHCO this afternoon to ensure that those items are still in their custody,” Melaye said.

The Deputy Senate President who presided over the plenary advised the Ad-hoc advisory group to explore the claim and hand over its report as fast as could be expected under the circumstances.

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