By Shina Abubakar, Osogbo
Osun State Governor, Mr Adegboyega Oyetola, has lifted the curfew imposed on the state following the disruption of peace just lately.
This, based on the Governor, was as a result of compliance by residents with authorities’s effort to revive peace within the state.
In a press release issued by the Commissioner for Data and Civic Orientation, Mrs Funke Egbemode, residents can now go about their companies and different transactions past 8:00pm with none hindrance or restrictions with impact from Wednesday November 11.
She acknowledged: “The federal government has as soon as once more noticed the extent of compliance to all directives aimed toward restoring tranquility to our expensive State, and hereby appreciates the residents for his or her endurance and understanding. The federal government additionally appreciates safety businesses for his or her efforts in sustaining legislation and order within the State.
“With impact from Wednesday November 11, residents of the State are free to go about their companies with none hindrance or restrictions, whereas safety businesses proceed to discharge their duties to forestall breakdown of legislation and order.
“The federal government urges each citizen to be cautious of actions that may upset the peace and concord that the State is reputed for, and never hesitate to offer helpful data to safety businesses in case of suspicion of violence in any of our communities.
“The federal government can be calling on dad and mom and guardians to proceed to warning their kids and wards to not enable themselves for use by unscrupulous components to jeopardize the peace of the State”, Egbemode acknowledged.
It will likely be recalled that the federal government had earlier relaxed the 24-hour indefinite curfew to run from 8:00pm until 6:00am every day, following statement of residents’ compliance and cooperation with the federal government’s efforts to revive peace and normalcy to the State.