The Nigerian Senate has called for the sack of the security chiefs as the country continues to grapple with security challenges.
The lawmakers made the call during plenary in reaction to a motion by Senator Ali Ndume.
Senator Ndume moved his motion on the back of the recent ambush of soldiers in Katsina and the alleged voluntary resignation of many soldiers.
According to the Senator, both developments and others are worrying.
If the trend continues, Senator Ndume expects that there will be dire consequences for the country.
Despite his concerns about the security situation, Senator Ndume did not call for the dismissal of the service chiefs; neither did he demand that they should step aside.
The call for them to step aside was made following contributions to his motion in the course of deliberations.