The political officer to the United States Embassy in Nigeria Jerry Howard has paid House of Representative member Hon. Uko Nkole a working visit in his office in National Assembly.
During the visit they interacted on several issues in relation to the worsening security situation in the country and the emerging threats in the South East.
Hon Nkole on his own gave him his frank opinion especially on the way forward by asking Mr President as a matter of urgent National Importance to create more job opportunities for the teeming unemployed youths, engagement with their leaders and people of the 6 Geopolitical Zones with a particular interest in allowing  State Governors to function on the realtime basis as the respective Chief Security Officers of their states.
He said this is in view of the fact that the current security architecture has not delivered the needed security and makes the unbundling it expedient.
Nkoles constituents Mr Udo Ogbu Umekwe Mr Daniel Onyema Ogbuagu and Mr Oladapo Olageshin their friend were a walk-in guests and exchanged pleasantries with Mr Jerry.

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