Mr Aregbesola urged Nigerians to use the occasion of the celebration to think about the challenges facing the nation.
Speaking through the Minister of Internal Affairs, Rauf Aregbesola, the president said all Nigerians must be part of the war to end insecurity.
The Buhari regime ordered that all flags in the country and missions abroad be flown at half-mast on September 11 and 12.
“The incessant attacks on our critical national assets and infrastructure, in particular, has become a grievous wound dangerously bleeding the nation’s economy.”
Mr Aregbesola claimed the prisons “are now strong, well-fortified and impregnable” and that any jailbreak attempt by anyone or a group would be unsuccessful.
A reconciliation meeting was fixed and billed to be mediated by Adeboye, but one of them failed to show up, says the lawmaker.
The minister charged the 21-member task force, which has Bola Ilori as its chairman and Ejike Osibe as secretary, to do their work diligently.
“We’ve written to the president, and I’m very sure we will get approval to recruit about 5,000 more personnel into the NIS,” the NIS comptroller-general said.
Mr Aregbesola urged NIS to beam its searchlight on erring officers bent on exploiting passport and visa applications processing to feather their nest.
“There must be zero tolerance for these practices if we want to build a great nation,” the minister said.