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As concern of insecurity grips Abuja, Reps embark on lengthy vacation until September




The Home of Representatives has adjourned until September twentieth to watch its annual lengthy vacation.

The lawmakers adjourned the Home on Wednesday after the plenary.

The vacation coincides with studies of a deteriorating safety scenario within the Federal Capital Territory.

It will be recalled that town has witnessed a hike in assaults as terrorists attacked Kuje Jail, setting criminals and terrorists free.

Additionally, the federal government introduced the shutdown of federal authorities schools within the FCT.

Talking after the announcement of the adjournment, the Minority Chief, Ndudi Elumelu urged his colleagues to steer clear of the capital.

“I wish to beg members, Abuja is now not secure, please, if attainable, return to your constituency. The place is so insecure,” he mentioned.

The Deputy Speaker, Ahmed Wase cautioned his colleague from making such a remark, noting that it might discourage buyers from coming to Nigeria.

“I imagine the minority chief, perhaps was placing some jokes however I don’t imagine that it was a joke on the safety within the lives and property of the individuals and by the grace of God Abuja goes to be secured.

“I don’t suppose we must always scare buyers who’re coming into the nation, I don’t imagine that we must always scare individuals who might come so as to add worth to us,” he mentioned.