Governor Samuel Ortom of Benue State is currently meeting with the Senate over the ongoing probe into the killings by herdsmen in parts of the state.
The meeting is being held behind closed doors.
The National Assembly had, in the wake of claims and counter-claims over the killings, had said it would seek to unravel what actually transpired there and how to avoid future occurrence.
Governor Ortom is appearing before the joint Senate Committee on Police Affairs and National Security and Intelligence, especially on his indictment by the Inspector General of Police (IGP), Mr. Ibrahim Idris, over his alleged culpability in the security crisis in the state.
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Author: Segun Adio