Borno Reviews Curfew in Maiduguri

The State Government in Borno State has reviewed the said curfew in order to curb the menace of Boko Haram sect.

Governor Kashim Shettima
The Borno Government has reviewed the curfew in Maiduguri metropolis from 8pm to 6am as against the existing 10pm to 6am.
Dr Mohammed Bulama, the Commissioner, Home Affairs, Information and Culture, disclosed this in a statement on Monday in Maiduguri.
Bulama said that the curfew was temporary and would be between Jan. 2 to Jan. 6, to enhance security in the metropolis.
He disclosed that the curfew was imposed based on advice by the Theatre Command, Operation LAFIYA DOLE.
“The Borno State Government on the advice of the Theatre Commander, Operation Lafiya Dole, wishes to inform the general public that the existing curfew regime in the state has been temporarily rescheduled.
“The curfew as from Tuesday, January 2 to Friday, January 6, 2018, will commence from 8pm till 6 am.
“This review is done in the overriding interest of public safety and to ensure that the emerging peace in the state is further consolidated.
“While deeply regretting any inconvenience this adjustment of curfew timing may cause, the Borno State Government craves the understanding and full cooperation of the general public”.