War of Words Erupts Over Nigerian Service Chiefs, Insecurity

The presidency has reacted to a Senate resolution calling for the mandatory exit of military chiefs, by telling the lawmakers that such removal was a "presidential prerogative" writes QueenEsther Iroanusi for Premium Times. The country's insecurity woes have not only been impacted by attacks by militants Boko Haram but also by the growing presence of bandits and kidnappers who are sowing terror in villages and towns.

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