Taraba Government Declares 32 Hours Curfew On Jalingo

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Following certain bad happenings in the state and around the country, the Taraba Government has decided to impose a curfew on Jalingo, the state capital to forestall further breakdown of law and order.

This was disclosed in a broadcast by the Deputy Governor, Engr. Haruna Manu on the 24th October 2020.

The government stated that the curfew will run from 11 pm on Saturday 24th October 2020 to 8 am on Monday 26th October 2020 as the government will thereafter review the situation.

Taraba Government Declares 32Hours Curfew On Jalingo
Taraba State Governor, Arc. Darius Dickson Ishaku

Part of his speech reads thus;

“At about 5 pm in the evening of today, Saturday, the 24th day of October 2020, vandals forced their way into government warehouses and looted essential commodities meant for distribution as palliatives in the state.

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“Similarly, troublemakers are continuing to lay siege on the streets of the state capital which informed the government’s decision to impose the curfew to stop the situation from degenerating into mayhem.

“As a responsible government, this step has become necessary to protect lives and properties of our dear people.

“The security agencies have been directed to be extra vigilant and stop trouble makers from seizing the opportunity to cause further destructions.

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“This, they must do within the confines of the law and by protecting the human rights of our people.

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“Let me specifically appeal to our teeming youths to be law-abiding so that their disposition can help government tame the hoodlums perpetuating this breach of public
peace.”

He calls on all law-abiding citizens to remain calm and not panic as their security is guaranteed.

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