Stakeholders at a one-day peace dialogue forum in Jos the Plateau State capital have called for the arrest of those wildly celebrating electoral victory in Plateau State.

The monthly "Peace Architectural Dialogue" organized by the Plateau Peace Building Agency last week observed last week's electoral victory celebrations in the State as worrisome.

A communiqué drawn at the end of the meeting at the PPBA office says the open display of small arms and light weapons by some political party supporters during such celebrations is capable of breaching the peace.

"Celebration and recklessness of some young people, couple with the manner small arms and light weapons where brandished by young people in parts of Jos North calls for concern from all and sundry," the document says.

The communiqué signed by the PPBA's Director General, Mr. Joseph Lengman tasked security agencies to be proactive and neutral in their jobs.

The session was peimarily organized to review the last elections in the State and identify the potential for violence for possible solutions.

Themed “Reflections on the just Concluded Presidential and National Assembly Elections: Issues/Challenges and Prospects,” the forum was part of efforts by the PPBA to facilitate "open and frank" discussions on issues affecting peace in the State.

Participants at the forum were drawn from the Media, Civil Society, Community groups and the security sector.