The Adamawa Government is to launch enlightenment posters on the ongoing fight against the Boko Haram insurgency in the state.
The state Commissioner of Information, Malam Ahmad Sajoh, disclosed this in Yola on Thursday in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria.
Sajoh said the enlightenment programme being spearheaded by the ministry involved educating the public on how to identify Boko Haram suspects, particularly suicide bombers.
The commissioner lauded the relative peace in the state since the last bombing incident that took place more than one month ago.
He also commended the people of the state for complying with the security directives issued by the government.
“Since the last bombing incident on Nov. 10, we have recorded relative peace in the state.
” We have reviewed the security situation and we are satisfied with the level of compliance with security measures by the public.
” We want to commend the public for the support and to urge them to continue to be vigilant and security conscious,” Sajoh said.
NAN reports that a ban on operation of night markets in Yola town and the introduction of scanners in places of worship and crowded areas are part of the security measures adopted by the government since the last bombing incident.