Plateau Attacks: 2 Lessons From The Arrest of a Policeman With 370 Bullets In Jos

For a while now, Plateau has remained a constant name in the media due to the incessant attacks and killings in the state. It should be recalled that within the last 3 months, several attacks have been recorded in different parts of the state, claiming the lives of over 70 people in the process. Since the wake of this ugly trend, the government has intensified efforts to restore peace and security in the state.

The deployment of troops to the state appears to have been yielding positive results as the frequency of attacks and killings in the state has declined. It is common knowledge that for some days now, there have been no reports of fresh attacks in the state. Recently, it was reported that the troops arrested a serving policeman, identified as Azi Jonathan, with about 370 bullets in Jos, the Plateau state capital (source: Sahara Reporters).

Following the arrest of the policeman, it is my view that there are two lessons we should learn from it. It should be recalled that before now, many people had suspected that armed Fulani Herdsmen could be behind the incessant attacks and killings in Plateau state. However, with the arrest of the Policeman, Azi Jonathan, here are two lessons we can learn from it............Advance Reading For More Details.....R

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