The Plateau State Government said it intends to use security towers in volatile areas as a model towards curbing insecurity in the state, and has equally promised to establish other ones at security prone areas of the state.

Governor Simon Bako Lalong said this last Friday while inspecting the on-going security post been built by the state government for Operation Rainbow at Dutse Uku in Jos North local Government area of the state.

According to the Governor, the security post would be used to monitor security situation within Nasarawa and Rikkos areas which is known as one of the security flashpoints in the state, as crisis are always triggered from the area.

Our Correspondent reports that Governor Lalong also inspected the new state High Court Complex under construction, which has reached 70 per cent completion, including inspecting the ongoing back filling of pot holes within the Jos/Bukuru Metropolis.

The visit according to our Correspondent also took the Governor to the Fwavhe-Zarmaganda road, Church of Immaculate Conception road, Layi Zana road with Nabor Gwong leading to a water treatment plant established in 1956 that supplies 20,000 litres of water daily, but now non functional due to problems of power.

At the Operation Rainbow post, the Governor was briefed by the Permanent Secretary, Cabinet and Special Duties, Mr. Cornelius Shiolbial on how the workings of the outpost would be towards installing permanent peace within the Dutse uku, Rikkos and Nasarawa axis.

The Governor was told at Layi Zana road where the Community Leader Mallam Garba Abdulkadir and state APC Secretary, Bashir Sati told him that the Hausa community appreciates him and called for intervention on New Market road.

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