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House Of Reps Summon Amaechi , Lucky Irabor And Others Over Terrorist Attack

by Austin Areh
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Undoubtedly the role of managing the growth rate of every nation is very sensitive in determining the developmental strides of every country. Government hereby has in the past and present always invested in developing the mindset of the youth into making them self-reliant and productive in different aspects of life and drive has given birth to different government agencies that attend to the ever-growing challenges that has risen from growing a nation. 

The most recent terrorist attack on the Train passengers has led to the summon by certain individuals by the House Of Representatives. The names of the people summoned include Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi; the Minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika and the Chief of Defence Staff, Lucky Irabor, this is in connection with the attack 
at the Kaduna airports and then the train track.

In addition to the above names,  others are National Security Adviser, Mohammed Monguno, Chief of Army Staff, Faruk Yahaya; Managing Director of Nigerian Railway Corporation (NRC), Fidet Okhiria Chief of Air Staff (the Director-General of Federal Aviation Authority of Nigeria (FAAN); IG Of Police , Usman Akali;

A motion of urgent national importance moved by Nnolim Nnaji (PDP, Enugu) on Tuesday 29th of March 2022, during plenary. This motion by Mr Nnoli had to be  amended to include the bombing of the Kaduna bound train on Monday, which has been regarded as a terrorist attacked with lives lost and so many passengers still unaccounted for according to office statements from the NRC.

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