Plateau state Government has planted Closed-circuit television CCTV cameras at major borders in the state to check the entrance of persons to the state .
Governor Simon Lalong in a state wide broadcast in which he extended the state total curfew had directed that all entry and exists routes to the state should be further beefed up with cctv cameras to complement the measures put in place to shut the borders and curb any the spread of COVID-19 to the state as it is yet to record any case.
The DG of Plateau State Information Technology Agency (PICTDA), Mr Daser David, made a post confirming that the state now have CCTV cameras displaying major borders in Plateau state.
Official: We now have CCTV cameras displaying major borders in Plateau state. Next phase is building a robust process with the security handlers. What we have learnt from the video feed is that lockdown is the best way to enforce border closure. #COVID19PlateauIn the coming days we would conclude on a proper security process while looking at the borders from the situation room. As a thing of policy we may also crowd surveil. Get everyone to help up watch the border through their phones.