President Muhammadu Buhari has been asked to sack the service chiefs over their failure to secure Nigerians.

The call to sack service chiefs came from the Senate on Tuesday, for the second time.

Apart from the the call to sack service chiefs, the upper chamber of the National Assembly, also asked the President to restructure the country’s security architecture.

The need for such development arose after the many people said the security situation in the country had deteriorated to a level, where Boko Haram mounted roadblocks in some parts of Borno State and collected levies from farmers.

Meanwhile, today’s call for service chiefs to be sacked makes it the third that by the senate.

This time, Senator Kashim Shettima raised the motion on the recent killing of rice farmers in Borno State by the Boko Haram insurgents.

No fewer than 43 rice farmers in the state, since Saturday when the Boko Haram insurgents unleashed terror, were killed

Since then, service chiefs have come under attack by Nigerians, who have demanded their removal.