Wase Commits to Tackling Insecurity in Constituency

The Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, Idris Wase, has reassured his constituents that the bandit raids that have plagued some of the communities in his district for months will soon end.

The deputy speaker noted that strict steps were being implemented to prevent repeated attacks when he visited the Emir of Wase, His Royal Highness Muhammad Sambo Haruna, in his palace to express his condolences to him, the victims, and their families.

“I want to ensure you, your highness, that stringent security measures are being put in place to ensure that our people and their properties are secured.

‘’Security issues and strategies are not discussed in public, but I can assure you that within a few weeks, the security challenges will be over.

“I called on the entire people of Wase to work collectively, to put our heads together to ensure the right thing is done. The security and safety of our people are our top priority, and anything short of that is unacceptable.

“I want to encourage my people to be prayerful and steadfast and to ensure that we give the security agencies the maximum support required to fish out perpetrators of these dastardly acts.

‘I want to also assure your highness that we are hoping very soon that President Muhammadu Buhari will assent to my bill for the creation of a federal medical centre in Wase. Though we had some hiccups, but it was corrected.’’

The deputy speaker’s efforts to suppress banditry and other types of criminality in the Wase federal constituency were acknowledged by the Emir in his answer.

He reassured him of his unwavering support and urged him to keep helping the underprivileged and jobless.

You may recall that recent peace violations in several areas of the Wase federal constituency have resulted in the loss of lives and property.

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