Normal activities have resumed in Jos North and Jos South Local Government Area, of Plateau State hours after the state government has reviewed the 24-hour curfew earlier imposed in the two LGAs.
Governor Simon Lalong had on Tuesday imposed a 24-hour curfew in the said LGAs following the violence that erupted as a result of the blockade of Ahmadu Bello Way by EndSARS protesters, a development that sparked unrest.
But the government on Thursday announced the relaxation of the curfew from 6 am to 8 pm as from Friday, October 23, 2020, until further notice.
Correspondents who went to Terminus Market, Ahmadu Bello Way, Bauchi Road, and Bukuru Park report that business activities have fully resumed with sellers and buyers transacting peacefully.
Various motor parks within the city have fully resumed operation, adding that passengers were seen going in and out.
Banks and other business centres have also resumed duties with customers seeing moving in and out for transactions.
In Bukuru, the headquarters of Jos South, Daily Trust gathered that normalcy has also returned and people were going about their activities.