Breaking: Buhari to hold emergency meeting with security chiefs


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President Muhammadu Buhari will on Monday, hold an “emergency meeting” with security chiefs.

According to a tweet by Bashir Ahmad, special assistant to the president on digital communications, the meeting, which will hold in Abuja, is part of efforts to improve security.

“President @MBuhari has summoned an emergency security meeting tomorrow in the nation’s capital, Abuja, to further review and strengthen the security network in the country,” the post reads.

“The meeting will be attended by the Defence Minister, service chiefs and other heads of security agencies.”

The Herald reports that this meeting comes as some countries have recently issued warnings about the possibility of attacks in parts of Nigeria.

Countries like the United States (US) and the United Kingdom (UK) have issued updated travel warnings to their citizens in Nigeria.

The United States had asked family members of its employees in Abuja to leave the area, while the United Kingdom had warned against unnecessary travel to the country’s capital.

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