The Senate has urged the Federal Government to consider the report of the National Conference held in 2014.
Specifically, the Senate said it would go through the recommendations made by the confab to determine the solutions to the current agitations across the country.
Members of the Senate made the resolution at a plenary on Wednesday after debating a motion sponsored by 107 lawmakers titled, “The Need for National Unity and Peaceful Co-existence in Nigeria.”
The lawmakers took turns to highlight the socio-political and economic challenges facing the country, which most of them agreed were the causes of the regional unrests in the country.
In his submission, Deputy Senate President, IKE EKWEREMADU who presided over plenary said former President GOODLUCK JONATHAN forwarded the report of the conference to the National Assembly one week before the expiration of the Seventh Senate in 2015.