The Plateau State government has been doing well to keep the state at peace ever since the civil unrest on the 14th of September.
A curfew was declared from 6Pm -6Am from the 14th but just three days after the incident the curfew has been shifted to 10pm to 6am
The Press Release reads:
DIRECTORATE OF PRESS & PUBLIC AFFAIRS,
OFFICE OF THE EXECUTIVE GOVERNOR, PLATEAU STATE
The Executive Governor of Plateau State, Rt. Hon. Simon Bako Lalong having considered the improvement in the state of security, since the unfortunate incidence of Thursday, 14th September, 2017 which necessitated the imposition of a dusk to dawn curfew, has with effect from Sunday the 17th September, 2017 approved the relaxation of the Curfew from 10pm daily to 6am of the subsequent day until further notice.
The Executive Governor wishes to appreciate the swift response of Security Personnel and the wide spread community consultative meetings held by various communities and religious leaders, which has come out with renewed commitments and resolve by all and sundry to be law abiding and peaceful.
The Governor wishes to assure our citizens that Security Personnel will continue to patrol flash points within the greater Jos-Bukuru Metropolis, and they will ensure that all security measures as are necessary to guarantee peace, security and compliance with the new curfew order are done so as to avert any likely bridge of law and order.
The Governor is therefore enjoining all citizens to go about their lawful business with the assurance that their safety is guaranteed. He further plead with all peace loving citizens to ensure that they cooperate with all Security Personnel and report all acts by persons that are likely to constitute a bridge to the hard earned peace of the State
Samuel Emmanuel Nanle
Director, Press & Public Affairs
17th September, 2017