A curfew has been enforced in two local government councils of Niger state.
The two local government councils are Rafi and Shiroro.
In a statement in Minna by Shiroro local government council said the curfrew will last from ten oclcok in the evening to five oclcok in the morning
According to the statement the curfrew in Shiroro local government council will cover Gwada and Zumba communities to minimised incessant attacks by armed bandits.
Similarly security forces have enforced curfrew in Rafi local government council of Niger state to avoid bandits trooping into the area.
Sources ABCNews that the bandits were sighted around Unguwar Maaji just about two kilometers to Rafi local
government council and thus the decision to enforce such curfrew.
It could be recalled that Niger state House of Assembly had early this week directed the state Governor Alh Abubakar Sani Bello to provide adequate security for lives and properties of people in Paikoro and other local government councils affected by security challenges in parts of Niger state.