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Reps Order Buhari To Appear Over Benue Killings

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The House said it would halt sitting for three days in solidarity with Nigerians over the killings in the country.

Fulani herdsmen had on Tuesday killed 19 people in a Catholic Church in Benue State, while massive killings are ongoing in Taraba, Plateau and some parts of the federation.

The assembly also passed a vote of no confidence on the country’s Service Chiefs and all the security advisers to the president.

These resolutions followed the unanimous adoption of a motion under matters of urgent public importance moved by Rep Mark Gbillah (Benue-APC).

Nigeria has been facing security challenges, ranging from Boko Haram insurgency in the Northeast, herdsmen and farmers’ fights in the North Central States, among others.

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