Bandits, kidnappers hiding at national parks — Senate
The Senate has raised the alarm that national parks across the country have become safe havens for bandits, kidnappers and cattle rustlers. According to the Senate, the criminals come out to attack and return back there for safety.
It called for the mainstreaming of the National Park Service into the nation’s security architecture in line with the resolution of the 12th National Council on Environment. It also urged relevant security agencies in the country to be involved in park protection and surveillance, training in fire arms and ballistics, surveillance and intelligence information gathering for park rangers