By Rachael Olokungboye
AKURE – In a statement released by The State Commissioner for Information and Orientation, Mr. Donald Ojogo, Said The Ondo State Government has placed a ban on roadside trading.
According to NIGERIA CABLE NEWS, The directive becomes pertinent in view of the abuse and brazen disregard for the status of Akure, the State capital. It is particularly, a major source of concern that vehicular and pedestrian traffic now contends for space amid trading activities in the same spots.
In order for the directive to be fully obeyed, the State’s Special Task Force shall, beginning on Monday, January 11, 2021, swing into action for effective enforcement and compliance.
The government emphasizes that this move is in the interest of all residents, as the beauty or otherwise of our State Capital speaks volumes of our values as a people. It is, therefore, necessary for all concerned to show a high level of understanding for the general good of all.
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