The House of Representatives has invited President Muhammadu Buhari to brief them on the state of insecurity in the country.
This is one of the resolutions of a motion sponsored by the member representing Gwer-east, Gwer -west federal constituency of Benue state, Mark Gbillah.
Leading the debate the lawmaker expressed concern over the incessant killings across the country and the attack by alleged army personnel on Naka village in Benue state.
After several amendments the house also resolved to suspend plenary for three consecutive legislative days to protest the alarming rate of killings and blood shed in the country.
Also among the prayers to the motion is the resolution to relieve all service chiefs of their duties and the passing of vote of no confidence on them.
Another prayer include the call to label killer herdsmen as terrorists.
The house further resolved that all standing committees investigating these wanton killings hasten their investigations and report back to the house within 2 weeks for further legislative action.
By: Aisha Adesanya/Abuja