The CP has during a Press Conference indicated that the state will come under curfew with effect from Sunday 12th April, 2015 adding that the curfew will last for three days.
Since the announcement, the police commissioner came under heavy attack as the major political parties in the state vows to defy it.
The Governor who announced the lifting of the curfew shortly after he was accredited at the Moddibo Adama University of Technology Yola said he took the decision after reviewing the political situation.
He explained that the government was fully aware of the decision reached by the security agents and politicians to impose curfew on the state on Sunday but due to the unpopularity of the decision, he has
The Decision was reached by the security agents and politicians during a stakeholders meeting where they unanimously agreed that in the interest of the state there should be a curfew in order to avoid
The governor stated that since the state commissioner of Police announced the imposition of the curfew, protest has greeted it by many stakeholders hence his reversal of the curfew.
Everybody can now go about with their businesses as there is no longer curfew as earlier declared.
Nggilari reiterated that the government will not fold its arms and allow people to foment trouble during and after the polls stressing that whoever is caught breaching the peace of the state will be deal with squarely.
Meanwhile the state commissioner of police has rescinded his earlier announcement that curfew will take place on Sunday in the state.
The police commissioner who spoke through his PPRO DSP Othman Abubakar said that, based on the protest that greeted the announcement the security agents have lifted the curfew.
“To fear the world US has led for the better part of a century, abandon the ideals we have advanced around the globe and refuse the obligations of international leadership… for the sake of some half-baked, spurious nationalism cooked up by people who would rather find scapegoats than solving problems is unpatriotic. “
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