House Probes Claimed Missing Firearms, Ammunition Of Security Agencies
The Nigerian House of Representatives is to investigate the alleged missing firearms and ammunition of the Police Force and other security agencies, believed to be fueling insecurity in the country. VOICE OF NIGERIA reports.
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According to VOICE OF NIGERIA, it also called for the prosecution of all found responsible for the missing of the arms and ammunition, both within the security circle and the general public.
These followed a unanimous adoption of an amended motion under matters of urgent public importance on the urgent need to investigate the allegation contained in the 2019 report of the Auditor General of the Federation. Information Guide Nigeria
Presenting the motion, Mr. Toby Okechukwu, from Enugu State expressed concern about the alleged missing of over One Hundred and Seventy Eight Thousand, different types of arms and ammunition of the Police Force, which could fall into wrong hands.
“Worried that the value of the lost firearms could not be ascertained because no document relating to their cost of acquisition was presented for examination.
Mindful of the worsening state of security, kidnapping and banditry in the country and concerned that the missing arms could have found their ways into the wrong hands.
The House also mandated its committee on Public Accounts and Adhoc Committee investigating the arms purchase and utilisation to investigate the matter.
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