Lockdown: State vigilante vows to curb insecurity in Bayelsa
In line with the directive of the Governor of Bayelsa State, Senator Douye Diri, to extend the dusk to dawn curfew aimed at preventing a possible spread of the dreaded Coronavirus pandemics, the State Vigilante Service has concluded plans to ensure the protection of lives and properties during the period.
The acting chairman of the volunteer service, Hon. Doubiye Alagba, made this known during his visit to different border entrances of the state, says his men have been posted to the various border communities to assist the government to ensure strict compliance from members of the public.
While speaking to newsmen shortly after his visit, the chairman also expressed happiness at the various steps taken by Government to ensure that the state is safe, which he said has helped to maintain the record that the State is yet to have any positive case.
He said, “my men will always be at all entrance checking point to assist the security agencies, health workers, covid 19 enforcement taskforce and others to ensure strict compliance from the public forthwith.”
The vigilante boss also used the medium to thank His Excellency, Governor Douye Diri, for his measures taken to keep the state safe in this period.
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