The Nigerian Senate is seeking the re-establishment of a military base at the Sambisa forest borders as part of its suggestions to end insurgency in the northeast. The Senate took the decision while a motion moved by Senator Aishatu Ahmed who represents Adamawa Central senatorial district in the red chambers was being debated. The resolution was then unanimously adopted following the debate on last weekend’s Boko Haram attack on Garkida a town in Adamawa state.
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