Plateau Police Place Worship Centres Under Surveillance


Seriki Adinoyi in Jos

The Plateau State Police Command has placed worship centres under 24-hour surveillance ahead of the E-d-el-Kabir celebration.

The newly-posted state Commissioner of Police, Mr. Peter Ogunyanwo, made the disclosure in his maiden press conference in Jos.

He said: “The police in Plateau State is not leaving anything to chance in its determination to ensure that this Sallah celebration is observed in an atmosphere devoid of violence or terrorist attacks.

“As part of the partnership with communities and other stakeholders, the police in Plateau have initiated opinion boxes to be placed within communities as a strategy to get information that will ensure a more secured society.”

He called on the people to go about their lawful businesses as men of the force would be on ground to protect lives and properties.