A former Minister of State for Defence, Prince Adetokunbo Kayode, has called for action in the wake of Tuesday’s attack at the Nigerian Defence Academy NDA, Kaduna.

A former Minister of State for Defence, Prince Adetokunbo Kayode, has called for action in the wake of Tuesday’s attack at the Nigerian Defence Academy NDA, Kaduna.

Some yet-to-be apprehended gunmen stormed the residential quarters of the NDA, killed two people and abducted a military officer in the attack.

Kayode, in an interview with Newsmen in Akure, said the attack on one of the military’s “most sacred places called for an urgent action to tackle the security challenges facing the country.

The former minister, who described the attack as very unfortunate and embarrassing, said the security issue had become a recurring one and called on the international community to help Nigeria.

He urged the Federal Government and security agencies to rejig their approach to the tackling of security matters.

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