Plateau State Commissioner of Police, ADEKUNLE OLADUNJOYE, has said the police would deal with anyone caught harbouring suspected Boko Haram insurgents in the state as principal offender.
OLADUNJOYE stated this in Jos, the state capital, after a security meeting with some community leaders and groups.
A security committee, which will meet monthly, comprising district heads and community leaders, retired and serving police officers was inaugurated after the meeting.
OLADUNJOYE said anybody found breaching security in the state would face the full weight of the law.
He said intelligence reports available to security operatives in the country showed that suspected Boko Haram insurgents were scattered all over with a view to causing mayhem.