Nigerian Independence Celebration @58: Jos City Becomes a Ghost Town After 30th September, 2018 Killings

By: Valentine Adese,

The killings that took place on Sunday the 30th of September, 2018, has created an environment of fear among residents and has further destroyed the socio-economic structure of Plateau state, especially Jos City being its capital.

THE POPULAR TERMINUS MARKET ROUND ABOUT. EMPTY AND NO ACTIVITIES

Attempts by alleged hoodlums to take advantage of the situation in Jos City to break into unsuspecting residents’ shops was foiled this morning, as the security deployed to protect lives and properties within identified flash points, especially, at the popular Terminus Market, decided to give warning shots to draw attention to their presence.

Kashim Ibrahim through to terminus Market

See some other pictures from Jos City center.

Road to Terminus market from Plateau Riders
Road to Terminus market from Plateau Riders
Rwang Pam Street Junction
Terminus by Goodnews Church
Main Rwang Pam street
Main Rwang Pam street
Main Rwang Pam street
Main Rwang Pam street
Ahmadu Bello Way Jos
Rwang Pam street Jos

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