The House or Representatives special adhoc committee on national security has called for submission of memoranda on a planned security summit.
The four-day summit has been scheduled between May 24 and May 28.
A statement by the Clerk of the House of Representatives, Chinedu Akubueze, said the deadline for submission of memoranda is May 20.
The Special adhoc committee on national security was constituted by the Speaker, Rt. Hon.Femi Gbajabiamila, on March 17.
According to the statement, memoranda should be solution-focused with emphasis on “local and community level security options, strategic kinetic national security, non-military and non-kinetic security.”
Interested entities are to send their recommendations to the secretariat of the committee at the National Assembly complex.
This is not the first time lawmakers would be holding security summit during the administration of President Muhamadu Buhari.
The latest summit is coming amidst an increase in killings and general insecurity across the country.
In April, the House of Representatives asked the president to declare a state-of-emergency on security, while the lawmakers also made 11 other resolutions on security.