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NATFORCE Disbanded and declared illegal

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By Kenny Adetunji

The FG has taken action to disband NATFORCE for the second time in Nigeria.

TVC News Nigeria gives us a report on the FG decision to take action.

The National Task Force on the Prohibition of Illegal Importation of Arms, Ammunition, Light Weapons, Chemical Weapons and Pipeline Vandalism has been disbanded by the president. The National Security Council recently convened to discuss pressing Security concerns and made decisions regarding the nation’s safety. The council, chaired by President Muhammadu Buhari, decided that the task force was no longer necessary and that its resources would be better used elsewhere.


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