The Katsina state government has lifted the ban on mobile telecommunications network service in the state.
The state government had imposed the ban three months ago as part of measures to contain insecurity.
Frontline local government areas which included: Jibia, Batsari, Safana, Kurfi, Danmusa, Dutsin Ma, Kankara, Matazu, Musawa, Funtua, Faskari, Sabuwa, Dandume, Bakori, Danja and Malunfashi were all disconnected from the grid. telecommunications.
In a phone conversation with PREMIUM TIMES, Governor Bello Masari’s Special Advisor for Security Issues, Ibrahim Katsina, said relative peace was being seen in the areas.
“As I speak to you, networks have been restored in some local government areas.”
A statement is expected to be issued by the state government soon, he said.
On Monday, the state government also ordered a review of the sale of pets at weekly markets.
In a statement on Thursday, state police spokesman Gambo Isa said Masari had ordered that small animals such as goats and sheep should not be affected by the confinement order.
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