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As part of efforts to reduce suicide attacks, the Adamawa State government may temporarily review the use of hijab in troubled areas in the state.
This was disclosed by the state Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Mallam Ahmad Sajoh on Sunday in Yola.
Sajoh said the decision was taken at the emergency security meeting over the Friday’s twin bomb blasts in Madagali market.
He said Governor Bindow met with stakeholders to discuss the decision.
He also said those who attacked madagali on Friday were in hijab.
“We also resolved in the meeting, based on security recommendations, to assist members of vigilance groups in the areas in view of their contribution to security agencies.”
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