DEATH FOR KIDNAPPERS, OTHER CRIMINALS IN PLATEAU

Written by on December 29, 2020

PLATEAU STATE GOVERNOR SIMON BAKO LALONG HAS SIGNED INTO LAW A BILL TO EFFECTIVELY TACKLE CRIMINAL ACTIVITIES IN THE STATE.

THE NEW LAW ENCOMPASSES KIDNAPPING, LAND GRABBING, CULTISM, AMONG OTHERS.

WOMEN IN THE STATE HAVE PRAISED THE GOVERNOR FOR SIGNING THE BILL INTO LAW.

THE WOMEN, WHO ARE MAINLY MOTHERS OPERATING UNDER THE AEGIS OF FORUM OF PLATEAU MOTHERS (FOPLAM), SOUGHT ADEQUATE FUNDING OF SECURITY AGENCIES TO MAKE THE LAW ACHIEVE ITS OBJECTIVE.

IN A STATEMENT YESTERDAY IN ABUJA, FOPLAM URGED LALONG TO COMPLEMENT THE EFFORTS OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT BY SUPPORTING THE SECURITY AGENCIES IN THE STATE TO CRUSH ALL CRIMINALS.

THE FORUM’S CHAIRPERSON, MRS. REBECCA PAM, PRAISED OPERATION SAFE HAVEN (OPSH), AMONG OTHER SECURITY AGENCIES, FOR RESTORING PEACE ON THE PLATEAU.

SHE EXPRESSED HAPPINESS THAT SOME AREAS IN THE STATE, WHICH WERE HITHERTO KNOWN FOR CRISES, HAD EMBRACED PEACE.


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