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Local Government boss restricts movement over insecurity in Nasarawa 

Local Government boss restricts movement over insecurity in Nasarawa 

By Faith Awa Maji 

Following the upsurge in the insecurity in and around Lafia, the capital city of Nasarawa State, the local government authority has restricted movement.

Chairman, Lafia local government Council, Aminu Maifata gave the directives after an expanded security meeting in the area.

According to a statement from the local government “due to the current security situation in Lafia Local Government Area, Nasarawa State, the Executive Chairman, Aminu Muazu Maifata, has convened an expanded security council meeting. The meeting held on Monday at the Lafia Local Government Council office resulted in the following resolutions:

“Restriction of motorcycle movement from 6:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m.

“Restriction of tricycle movement from 8:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m.

“These restrictions take effect from Monday, 3rd June 2024.

“Security agencies have been directed to ensure total compliance. Traditional rulers, community leaders, and residents are urged to:

“Monitor the influx of people entering Lafia Local Government Area

“Report suspicious individuals and vital information to security agencies for prompt action. 

“Please take note and ensure total compliance to ensure the security of lives and properties, contributing to the progress and development of Nasarawa State.”

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