Government imposes curfew on Bassa LGA

Mr Rufus Bature, Secretary to Government of Plateau, said this in a statement in Jos on Wednesday.

Mr Rufus Bature, Secretary to Government of Plateau, said this in a statement in Jos on Wednesday.

He said Gov. Simon Lalong, approved the curfew in consultation with security agencies, adding that the curfew would  be within 6 p.m  and 6a.m daily.

The governor’s aide called on the affected communities to embrace peace, assuring that efforts were on to unravel the immediate and remote causes of the problem.

“Consequently, security agencies in area have been mandated to enforce the curfew.

“Law abiding citizens are advised go about their lawful businesses,’’ he said.

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