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Insecurity: Another North-West State to shut down telecom services

Kaduna State to shut down telecom services in some parts of the State just as its counterpart, Zamfara and Katsina States, aimed at fighting banditry and other crimes in the State.

The State Commissioner for Internal Security and Home Affairs, Samuel Aruwan, has confirmed the shutting down of telecom services in some parts of the State, according to him, due to military crackdown on bandits in those areas.

Aruwan also announced a ban on the use of motorcycles for commercial and personal purposes for three months beginning on Thursday 30th September 2021.

Tricycles are now to operate from 6am to 7pm, while all commercial vehicles operating in the State are to be painted with yellow and green colors.

Kaduna State Government took these among others are part of measures taken with the advice of security agencies to address the security situation in Kaduna and other North — West states.

The government says it regrets the restraint these measures will have on innocent citizens, but they have become necessary to win the fight against the enemies of peace

One reply on “Insecurity: Another North-West State to shut down telecom services”

Security of lives and property should be the major concern and topmost priority of any government. A government without this is a failed one. God bless Nigeria, my country. Amen.

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