NASS SET FOR SHOWDOWN WITH BUHARI OVER SERVICE CHIEFS TENURE

The refusal of President Muhammadu Buhari to re­place the service chiefs de­spite repeated calls by the National Assembly and oth­er eminent Nigerians will be the major point of dis­cussion when the president meets with the House of Representatives on Thurs­day, Daily Independent has gathered. The Read More …

SERVICE CHIEFS WANT TO LEAVE BUT BUHARI HAS REFUSED TO OKAY THEIR RETIREMENT – FAYEMI

Temidayo Akinsuyi, Lagos Chairman of Nigeria Governors’ Forum, Governor Kayode Fayemi of Ekiti State on Sunday said some of the current Service Chiefs are desirous of retiring but have refused to do because President Muhammadu Buhari who appointed them have refused to give them directives. Read More …

INSECURITY: SERVICE CHIEFS DON’T ASK FOR MILITARY EQUIPMENT WHEN THEY MEET BUHARI- FEMI ADESINA

The Special Adviser to President Muhammadu Buhari on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina, has said that Nigeria’s security chiefs are not complaining or requesting for military equipment. He said that Nigeria military is well equipped, insisting that even in recent security meetings held with the Read More …

DESPITE NATIONAL OUTCRY FOR THEIR REMOVAL, BUHARI PRAISES SERVICE CHIEFS, SAYS THEY ARE DOING THEIR BEST

Amidst worsening insecurity across the country and separate resolutions by the National Assembly demanding the sack of military chiefs, President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday said he is convinced the security chiefs are ‘doing their best’ to address the challenges. The president said this at the National Security Read More …

SEE WHAT GBAJABIAMILA TOLD SERVICE CHIEFS AS THEY MET HOUSE OF REPS MEMBERS TODAY

  Insecurity: redouble your efforts, Gbajabiamila tells service chiefs …says Nigerians are anxious The Speaker of the House of Representatives Rep. Femi Gbajabiamila has told the various service chiefs that Nigerians are on the necks of their representatives in the House over the security situation Read More …

MORE NIGERIANS CAL FOR SERVICE CHIEFS SACK OVER INSECURITY

Oyetunji Abioye, Gbenro Adeoye, Adelani Adepegba, Success Nwogu and Tunde Ajaja Following renewed calls for the sacking of the security chiefs by Nigerians, including some senators and regional groups amid unabated state of insecurity in the country, Saturday PUNCH conducted online polls to gauge the feelings of ordinary Nigerians. The polls Read More …