Friday, September 9, 2011

Security chiefs lobby Jonathan to keep jobs

4 September 2011

Heads of the country’s security establishments have started intense lobbying to save their jobs after President Goodluck Jonathan summoned them last Tuesday and scolded them for doing shoddy jobs in the face of the recent bomb explosions in the country.

The security chiefs believe that the meeting was the president’s subtle way of telling them to get ready to leave the positions they presently occupy.

The meeting became imperative after the Boko Haram sect struck again at the United Nations Office in Abuja, killing 23 people on August 26.

Jonathan in the closed door meeting complained about the growing threats to national security by the sect and he did not hide his displeasure at the way the security chiefs had conducted themselves and their organisations.

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