Ishaku Extends Curfew on Jalingo to 24 hours
Mar 11, 2019
Gov. Darius Ishaku of Taraba on Tuesday ordered the extension of the nightfall to daybreak curfew imposed on Jalingo, Taraba capital, to 24 hours.
Recall that the Governor had yesterday declared a nightfall to daybreak curfew in Jalingo, the state capital.
“The Taraba state authorities has imposed a nightfall to daybreak curfew on Jalingo the state capital from In the present day, Monday 11th of March till additional discover.
“The curfew will run from 6 am to six pm each day, nevertheless, some INEC officers, key Brokers of political events and observers concerned within the collation of the election outcomes are exempted.
“Governor Ishiaku enjoined the individuals of the state to proceed to be law-abiding as he urged safety businesses to make sure strict compliance.” Ishaku had stated in an announcement by the Chief Press Secretary to the Taraba State authorities, Hassan Mijinyawa.
Nevertheless, the brand new improvement was contained in an announcement by Mr Bala Dan Abu, the Senior Particular Assistant to the governor on Media and Publicity on Monday in Jalingo.
The governor directed all safety businesses within the state to make sure strict enforcement of the curfew.
In accordance the assertion, the curfew remained in pressure till additional discover.
Recall that vast jubilation had greeted the declaration of Ishaku of the Peoples Democratic Occasion (PDP) as winner of the governorship election.
The celebration rapidly turned violent with throwing of stones and destruction of property by hoodlums.
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