Governor Darius Ishaku has imposed curfew on Jalingo -the Taraba state capital, following the outbreak of fresh crisis in some communities in Kona and ATC areas near Jalingo.
Ishaku had earlier in a statement said there would be no curfew.
In a statement by his Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Bala Dan Abu, the governor said:
“In view of fresh outbreak of crisis in some communities in Kona and ATC areas near Jalingo today, (yesterday), the Taraba State government has decided to impose a curfew on Jalingo and all the affected communities with immediate effect.
“The curfew is from 4pm to 6am daily. It remains in force until further notice.
“Security agencies in the state have been directed to enforce the curfew strictly to ensure strict compliance and quick return of peace to the affected communities.”
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