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Waterways Lockdown: Wike orders closeout of Adamawa trucks, cows

Published by on May 10th, 2020.


Streams state Governor, Nyesom Wike has requested activity of two truck-heap of cows brought to Port Harcourt from Adamawa State breaking the Rivers state’s fringes conclusion and lockdown request in the state.

 

Wike provided the requests after the two trucks passing on dairy cattle were catching at Rumuigbo, Obio Akpor LGA of the state in the extremely early times of Friday.

 

The senator additionally requested forward arraignment and preliminary of 14 people who moved the dairy cattle into his state from Adamawa. The 14 steers bearers are likewise to be tried for Coronavirus right away.

 

One of those captured, Ahmed Aliyu, who said they were locked in from Adamawa to get the cows to the new butcher in Oyigbo further asserted they paid N1500 to security operators to penetrate the state’s shut outskirts.

 

Wike stated: “This battle has nothing to do with people. The law must follow all the way through. Port Harcourt and Obio/Akpor are under lockdown and the law must be complied. The trailers and the bovines will be unloaded tomorrow.

 

“You heard them saying they offered cash to security offices before they could cross the outskirt. The proprietor of the cows on the telephone conceded they have missed the mark regarding the law”

 

He further guided the State Ministry of Health to lead tests on the 14 people to find out their Coronavirus status.

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Senator Wike said he got wind of their development on insight assembled from “good natured Nigerians”, yet didn’t affirm if the witness would get the N100,000 reward he prior guaranteed for informants over break of the state Covid-19 limitations.

 

In the interim, A Mobile Court sitting at the Covid-19 Elekahia Isolation Center in Port Harcourt has indicted 170 defaulters for the lockdown forced by Rivers State Government on Port Harcourt City and Obio/Akpor Local Government Areas (LGAs) to contain Coronavirus.

 

The guilty parties were Thursday hauled to the court by Office of the Attorney General of Rivers for supposed penetrate of Executive Order RVSG 06 2020 which forces the lockdown, precluding human and vehicular development in the Port Harcourt city.

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