Insecurity: Gov Ishaku Urges Security Agencies To Do More

By Callistus Agwaza

Jalingo (Precise Post) – Following the rising wave of crime in the state generally and Jalingo specifically where acts of murder, armed robbery and kidnapping are fast becoming the new normal, Governor Darius Ishaku has urged in the state to up their game in ensuring the protection of lives and of the people.

In a press statement issued in on Monday and signed by Muslim Aruwa Senior Special Assistant to the on New Media, the governor also reiterated the ban on the use of motorcycle in the state capital and urged security agencies to confiscate any motorcycle found and to arrest the for .

“The Government has observed with dismay the frequent use of in Jalingo, the state capital in violation of government’s earlier directive. For the avoidance of doubt, ban on the use of in Jalingo is still in force.

“Government has therefore directed in the state to commence the immediate arrest and confiscation of all found violating this order. Residents have been urged to be law abiding and support government’s decisions taken for security reasons”the statement read in part.

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