Plateau State Police Commissioner, Nasiru Oki has said that the command in collaboration with other security agencies had put in place necessary security measures that would guarantee peaceful Sallah celebration in the state.
He also called on residents to go about their legitimate businesses without fear of molestation.
Addressing newsmen yesterday at the command’s headquarters, the CP said handbags would not be allowed into praying grounds while vehicles must be parked 300 metres away from praying grounds.”
Oki also called on citizens to obey traffic laws and that there must be internal security arrangements to screen those going into amusement parks and other relaxation centres.
“Throwing of stones or pure water is prohibited; hanging on the body of vehicles or tricycles is also not allowed; use of knives or any dangerous weapons on praying grounds and after is not allowed.
“The good people of Plateau are enjoined to once again exhibit good virtues and conducts during the forthcoming sallah festivity as the present fragile peace on the Plateau cannot be toyed with under any guise,” he added.

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