President Buhari had in his Monday broadcast vowed to clampdown on Boko Haram and other criminal elements in the country, and it is believed he will at the meeting instruct the security chiefs to brace up in their duties to ensuring the safety of the country.
The Chief of Defence Staff, Gen. Gabriel Olonisakin disclosed this to State House correspondents shortly after President Buhari met behind closed doors with members of the National Security Council in the Presidential Villa, Abuja, yesterday.
Speaking through its National Secretary, Yinka Odumakin, Afenifere said it was wrong for the President to deal with the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, and Boko Haram in the same manner.
Buhari had, in his broadcast to the nation, said, "Nigeria's unity is settled and not negotiable".
Meanwhile, President Muhammadu Buhari has directed security agencies to safeguard the lives and property of all citizens and secure the nation's borders from aggressors.
Leader of the group, Steve Anyata said they visited the Presidential Villa to declare support for Buhari's administration.
"The issues of security, every security threat, all security threats were treated one after the other ranging from terrorism to kidnapping, herdsmen/farmers clash, to IPOB issue".
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The lawyers spoke on the sidelines of the conference opened by Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo (SAN) on August 21.
"It is just the issue of suicide bombing that has been the problem; and of course we also working with security agencies and the intelligence agencies to make sure that we address the menace", he said.
"The President should address Boko Haram in the North-East, the unfortunate quit notice by the Arewa youths". His personal diplomatic touch in dealing with the explosive socio-political situations that confronted us went a long way in keeping situations under control.
Now that the President is back, we wish to recall his attention to urgent security situations facing the nation.
"Last week, youths from the South-South region were here to show solidarity with him".
Special Adviser to the President on Media, Mr Femi Adesina (r) flanked by the Coordinators of Coalition of Igbo Groups for Buhari, Hon. "Surely, things are looking up and youths of the South-East will stand with you until you achieve your vision for the country".