- Hoodlums again broke into a warehouse in Jos, carted away valuable items
- Governor Lalong had on Saturday, October 24, reinstated curfew in the state to put an end to the looting
- The hoodlums stormed PADP on Sunday, October 25 and stole some farm inputs
The looting spree continues in Jos, the capital of Plateau state despite the reinstated 24-hour curfew imposed by Governor Simon Lalong in two local government areas of the state.
Daily Trusts reports that some hoodlums under the guise of EndSARS had broken into warehouses in Bukuru and Jos areas of the state
Legit.ng gathered that some hoodlums again looted a warehouse in the Plateau State Agricultural Development Programme (PADP).
According to the report, the warehouse is located in Dogon Dutse area of Jos North local government area of the state.
The governor reinstated the curfew on Saturday, October 24, to control the rampage of the hoodlums who have been going from one warehouse to another.
The newspaper noted that hoodlums invaded the PADP warehouse on the morning of Sunday, October 25, and carted away bags of fertilizers and different farming tools stored in the warehouse.
The security personnel were said to have arrived in the area to disperse the teeming hoodlums.
People were seen carrying bags of fertilizers and other farming tools on their heads from the warehouse to different locations.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had previously reported that hundreds of youths on Friday, October 23, burst the Cocoa House in the Ede area of Osun state and looted various food items kept in it.
It was reported that the youths and residents thronged the area around 11:40 am and carted away packs of noodles, rice, sugar, garri, and other food items kept for COVID-19 palliative.
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In another report, Governor Udom Emmanuel of Akwa Ibom addressed citizens of the state following widespread violence, looting and arson that were perpetuated in Uyo, the state capital recently.
The incident occurred after a peaceful #EndSARS protest was hijacked by criminals and hoodlums.
Also, the All Progressives Congress (APC) asked the youths to call off their demonstrations. The party said it would support President Muhammadu Buhari in implementing the protesters' demands in the interest of peace and unity to return in the country.
The Yobe state governor and chairman of the APC national caretaker committee, Mai Mala Buni, said the party welcomed the decision for comprehensive reforms, including the review of salaries of the police as announced by President Buhari.
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