Gbajabiamila , is set to visit Borno and Zamfara to assess the security situations

The Speaker of the House of Representatives , Mr Femi Gbajabiamila , is set to visit Borno and Zamfara states to assess the security situations in the states .

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Security forces are currently tackling Boko Haram insurgents in Borno and other states in the North- East , while bandits and cattle rustlers are attacking residents of Zamfara and other North- West states .

Addressing journalists in Abuja on Monday , the Chairman , House of Representatives Ad Hoc Committee on Media and Public Affairs, Mrs Khadijat Bukar – Ibrahim , quoted Gbajabiamila as announcing his plan to visit the states at a dinner organised in his honour in Lagos on Sunday night .

Bukar – Ibrahim said , “ Yesterday (Sunday ), a dinner was held in Lagos in honour of Mr Speaker, Femi Gbajabiamila , representing Surulere 1 (Federal Constituency ), by the Lagos State Government and the people of his constituency.

“ It was during the dinner that the Speaker emphasised that the Ninth National Assembly will be a reformist assembly .

Part of the reforms is visiting of constituencies.

He said he would be visiting Zamfara and Borno states where, as you are all aware , there are security challenges .

“ He will visit the Internally Displaced Persons’ camps to see , first hand , what the situation is.

This is indeed historic because it is the first time a Speaker in Nigeria is making that move. So , we are very proud of him .

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