Nigeria President Muhamamdu Buhari has directed the country's service chiefs to ensure the protection of Nigeria's Unity.
President Muhammadu Buhari on Monday met behind closed doors with Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo and other government officials at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.
Olonishakin said the President also directed the service chiefs to ensure that the life and property of the citizens are protected and "we must make sure that we secure the whole nation and also that troops that are outside carry out their jobs effective".
He said, "In his address, the President talked about the unity of the nation which is not negotiable".
But Omokri wondered why the renovation of the president's office had to wait till his return despite the fact that he was away for over three months.More news: President Trump, Melania watch total solar eclipse from White House balcony
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"We updated him on all security issues around the country, within the country and outside the country where our troops are (operating). Comments were made as to what to do regarding those issues". It is not that the Boko Haram have stepped up their game, it is just the issue of suicide bombing that has been the problem.
Concerning the extremist sect Boko Haram, Olonishakin stated to the press everyone knows that it is an asymmetric war against the group and he mentioned one of the attacks by this terrorist organization. Boko Haram and IPOB are not the same.
He said, "You must have heard our President yesterday (Monday) in his nationwide address saying whatever it takes, Nigeria will be kept together".
Those seen arriving for the meeting include the Minister of Defence, the Chief of Defence Staff, the Chief of Army Staff, the Chief of Naval Staff, the Inspector-General of Police, the Director-General of the Department of State Security and the Acting Director-General of the National Intelligence Agency.
Following President Muhammadu Buhari's safe return from his 103-day medical leave in Britain, some lawyers at the ongoing 2017 Annual General Conference of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) in Lagos have called on the President to fulfill his campaign promises to the people.