May 13, 2021

Border Crossing:UrgentCCTV Camera needed at Kanke, Bauchi Border

Efforts by Governor Simon Lalong of Plateau state to mount CCTV Cameras in bordering routes to checkmate illegal practices of the task force enforcing the lockdown order is said to be yielding positive results.

To this end, the Chairman of Kanke local government Nde Emmanuel Lar, wants the gadget to be installed at the border between Kanke and Bauchi to check the excesses of the violators coming in and out of the locality through Bauchi State.

Kanke local government shares border at Dasham community with Bauchi state which is already on the long list of states with the record of Covid19, making the area to be on red alert.

While taking the member, representing Kanke constituency at the State Assembly, Barrister Wallok Goma to the border community, the council boss stressed the need and importance of the CCTV Camera at the border.

The Chairman noted that they stationed the tasks force at the border with health workers but the people are not cooperating and many have been charge to the mobile courts established by the governor, adding that the CCTV Camera will also help tremendously.

Responding to the Chairman, the member, Barr. Wallok Goma who applauded the doggedness of the council on the step taken, assured him that he will do all he can at the legislative wing to get the governor’s attention for the provision of one CCTV Camera at the border immediately when he gets back to Jos.

The visit by the House Member was to ascertain steps taken by the council and the level of compliance at the border with Bauchi State within his constituency.