Lawmakers say Nigerians should be able to personally defend themselves if security agencies are unable to curb insecurity. Members of the House of Representatives have pressed for a constitutional review that allows private Nigerians to bear arms and defend themselves against criminal attacks. Many parts of the country have been subjected to one form of […]

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Lawmakers say Nigerians should be able to personally defend themselves if security agencies are unable to curb insecurity.

Members of the House of Representatives have pressed for a constitutional review that allows private Nigerians to bear arms and defend themselves against criminal attacks.

Many parts of the country have been subjected to one form of insecurity or the other for years, with thousands murdered and kidnapped, and millions displaced from their homes.

In the latest high-profile incident that has once again ignited public fury, Boko Haram attacked two communities in Gubio local government area of Borno State and killed between 69 and 96 people on Tuesday, June 9, 2020.

During plenary on Wednesday, June 10, Usman Zanna, representative of Magumeri/Gubio Federal Constituency, Borno, raised a motion to condemn incessant attacks by the terrorists on villagers in remote communities.

The lawmaker said Tuesday’s attack was a reprisal after the villagers had resisted an earlier attack and killed a couple of terrorists.

Zanna said he’s worried that security operatives are overwhelmed and cannot fully protect lives and property of Nigerians.

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