Religious and community leaders in Jos, Plateau State rose from a dialogue and combined consultative meeting with a call on law enforcement agents in the state to enforce the law banning motorcycles in Jos metropolis while ensuring that tricycles also comply with the directive to restrict movement from 9pm.
This is contained in a communiqué signed by the Catholic Archbishop of Jos, Most Revered Ignatius Kaigama, the representative of the Christian Association of Nigeria, Bishop Ibrahim Chindo, that of Jama’atu Nasril Islam, Alhaji Yusuf Sarumi as well as representatives of the Emir of Wase, TEKAN/ECWA headquarters, community leaders from Berom, Anaguta, Igbo, Yoruba, Miyetti Allah, among others.
The communiqué which was read by Kaigama, said that while the leaders appreciated the peace in Jos and environs, increasing cases of criminality and lawlessness was a cause for concern.
The meeting which was held at the Dialogue Reconciliation and Peace (DREP) Centre in Kwang, Jos South stressed that youths must stop beating drums of war and urged them to be more tolerant and charitable in their speech.
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