The Senator has raised the demand when the motion on the security challenge facing the country is being discussed in the Senate on Wednesday.

He said the President has to resign because he has failed to solve the security challenges in the country.

This is coming together with the demand by the some senators calling for the resignation of the Inspector General of Police and the military chiefs who have failed in the protection of lives and properties of the citizens.

Senator Istifanus Gyang, who had moved a motion earlier while relying on order 42 and 52 of Senate Standing Rules, revealed that a total of 27 people were killed on Tuesday in renewed attacks on Kwattas, Ruboi and Marish communities in the state.

“Theconsequential effects of this defective anti-Plateau narrative have led to the abduction of over six persons – four males and two females.

“Three boys including an undergraduate of the University of Maiduguri were brutally murdered by Boko Haram at close-range gunshots,” he said.

Thereafter, the upper chamber resolved to urge the Federal Government to take additional steps to secure Nigerians.