Sep 21, 2021

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Plateau relaxes curfew as commissioner traces history of crisis

The Governor of the Plateau State, Simon Lalong, has eased the 6:00 p.m. further. Curfew imposed on Jos North Council until 6:00 a.m. This followed the easing of the 24-hour curfew following the attacks on the Yelwa Zangam community, in which no fewer than 36 people were killed.

This became known after the State Security Council met with other stakeholders That took place Until Tuesday evening, Lalong said, “Starting today, September 8, 2021, the citizens of Jos North will keep the curfew from 10:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. every day.”

He said the new curfew would coincide with Jos South and Bassa’s.

The governor also said the ban on tricycles was lifted.

THE Land and Surveying Commissioner, Yakubu Dati, has attributed the Jos crisis to religious fanatics and conflict traffickers.

Dati told the Guardian in Jos yesterday: “Political opportunists cling to original fault lines to feed a narrative, the crises out of the narrow Look at the field of view of ethnic and religious divisions t.

“Since this is hardly the case with the recent problems in the state of Plateau, people with a clear conscience have been able to question the twist, analyze its content and use it for reasons that we will see soon will be seen as unfounded.

“For about six years (2015 to 2021) since the current government took office, plateau witnessed and continues to enjoy tremendous peace compared to previous years when the state for a while. ”

THE Immediate Past Nigerian Ambassador to the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, Hassan Ardo, has said that scavengers feed on insecurity.

Ardo, der Speaking extensively with the Guardian in Jalingo yesterday, was upset that some individuals have decided to “politicize” the issue of security in the country.

He said, “It is very unfortunate that a group of individuals has decided To make politics with the security of life.