Residents of Jos, the Plateau state capital have been advised to be on the alert over plans by the Boko Haram insurgents to wreak havoc in the city.
The military task force known as Operation Safe Haven (OPSH), disclosed that the insurgents may be planning to detonate bombs through suicide bombers or car bomb at crowded places like markets, relaxation centers, motor parks and schools.
In a statement released in Jos on Sunday by its spokesman, Captain Ikedichi Iweha, the OPSH called on citizens of the state to be security conscious and tighten security around public places.
There have been several cases of multiple bomb explosions in Jos of recent which led to the deaths of hundreds of residents including car bombs, suicide bombing and throwing of grenades.
The last of such attacks took place during the last Ramadan fast, which killed many worshippers listening to sermon at Dilimi Mosque Jos.