Nigerian Chief of Army Staff Lt Gen Tukur Buratai, has called on some state governments to take a critical look at some policies and law being implemented in their states and possibly make a review of them in order to resolve crises bedeviling the country.
He insisted that certain policy and law being implemented in some states needed to be reviewed to give everyone a sense of belonging.
Buratai stated this in Ugba, the headquarters of Logo Local Government Area of Benue State, where he undertook an on-the-spot assessment tour of destroyed-communities invaded by Fulani herdsmen.
He added that some inter-tribal fight is also fuelling the crisis in Nigeria, stressing that if this policy and law is fundamentally reviewed, it would enhance securities across the country.
The army chief also stated that the army would deploy more troops to cover the areas prone to crisis in the state, particularly those communities located along the riverbank and shared boundary with other states.