Adamawa Insists on 6-Week Ultimatum for Hotels to Instal CCTV Camera

Government House

The Adamawa State Government has insisted on the six weeks given to all hotel operators to install CCTV surveillance cameras in their premises.

Prof Kaletapwa George Farauta, the state Deputy Governor reiterated this Tuesday when she received report from the 7-man committee that investigated the killing of a lady at Happy Day Guest Inn in the state.

The report submitted by Aloysius Babadoke, the Commissioner for Culture and Tourism, said there was significant compliance on the installation of close circuit television cameras for surveillance in the hotels

Babadoke said the ministry has also intensified sensitization process geared towards curtailing future occurrence.

Other recommendations by the committee includes proper registration, facial and valid identification, metal detector, proper documentation and training of hotel staff.

Trending News recalls that the state government last month gave hoteliers a six-week ultimatum to install CCTV cameras in their facilities for effective security surveillance and patron safety.

Farauta, had during the issuance of the ultimatum warned that failure to comply with the directive would attract sanctions.

By Hussaini Hammangabdo Yola