Kaduna Central Senator Malam Uba Sani attended a meeting to ensure security through the reform of the arms embargo in Nigeria. The senator issued a statement on his Twitter account saying “That I sat down with the Senate Joint Committee on Justice, Human Rights and Judicial Affairs, the Navy and the Navy today got successful hearing public hearing on Firearms Act (Amendment 2021 BILL. The meeting was well attended by the Speaker of the Senate and was represented by Senator Ajayi Boroffice, Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives. from top Nigerian security officials, legal and security experts and civil society activists. Speeches were made by the Nigerian Army and the Air Force.
"Nigeria, the Navy, the Customs Service, the Nigerian Immigration Service and the Nigerian Reform Commission," said Senator Har'ila. The meeting noted the important contributions, vision and impact. all participants agreed to the Call and expedited enactment of the Act.The purpose of the Arms Reform Act, 2021 is to seek to impose stricter penalties on the law and to provide for the destruction of illegal firearms imported into the country. or ownership without proper licenses.The main purpose of the amendment is to curb the proliferation of illegal weapons and to create a law that is in line with international norms.The amendment will also address some of the security problems that plague it. Nigeria at present.
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