Nigeria’s Interior Minister Abdulrhaman Bello Dambazau has started a three-day working visit to Chad and Cameroon.
He is expected to meet the Interior Ministers of the two countries to strategize on internal security threats especially human trafficking and the movement of terrorists across borders.
According to a statement issued in Abuja, the visit is expected to develop into a robust platform for collaborative action and information sharing.
He will also visit refugees who fled Nigeria due to the Boko Haram insurgency.
The minister is accompanied by Nigeria’s Inspector General of Police Solomon E. Arase and other top Nigerian government officials.
Ahead of the trip, he noted that the increasing security concern necessitates the need to advance security partnership among different countries.