President Muhammadu Buhari has met with state governors from the northern part of the country at the state house, Abuja.
The meeting bordered on increasing insecurity in the northern parts of the country.
Speaking with state house correspondents, Katsina state governor said that they came to brief the president on the increasing insecurity in the north.
He said they came to see the president based on a resolution of the northern state governors’ forum at a meeting held in Kaduna 10 days ago.
According to him, the increasing banditry and kidnapping in the North West and North Central is gradually becoming more threatening like the insurgency in the North East.
He called for urgent and decisive action against the insecurity in the area.
According to him, the president has given his full commitment that something seriously will be done in order to make sure that the menace is curbed.
The governor said they made suggestions to the president on the way forward but that, “it’s not for public consumption.