President Bola Tinubu is currently holding a closed-door meeting with service chiefs at the Presidential Villa in Abuja.
The agenda of the meeting is not yet known to the public, but it was gathered that the president summoned the security chiefs concerning the growing cases of banditry attacks in the nation’s capital.
You see, the constant attacks in the city is spreading very fast and places where people thought were very safe are also affected.
On January 5, gunmen raided a community in the Bwari area council of Abuja.
That day, ten people were abducted, including a family of six sisters.
On Sunday, the abductors killed Nabeeha, one of the six sisters, purportedly as a warning to the family for failing to pay the ransom of ₦60 million.
These bandits may be holding the victims hostage physically, but in the real sense of it, they have only succeeded in holding the nation’s capital hostage.
The entire city is restless, in fact, the Minister of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Nyesom Wike, held an emergency meeting with heads of security agencies in Abuja.
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Also at that meeting were chairmen of the local councils.