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  Delta State Governor, Rt. Hon. Sheriff Oborevwori, Tuesday, said the ban on motorcycle, popularly known as Okada, for commercial transportation, had led to a noticeable reduction in crime rate in Asaba and its environs. Governor Oborevwori disclosed this when he received on courtesy call, the Forum of Female Permanent Secretaries in the state, led by the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Environment, Dr (Mrs) Mininie Oseji. He said he was impressed with the performance of the Permanent Secretaries in their offices and charged them to continue to

...Says Gov Oborevwori focused on enhanced peace, security to boost investors inflow Within the last one year of governor Sheriff Oborevwori's administration, Delta State Government, the State Command of the Nigerian Police and other security agencies recorded significant progress in the area of enhanced security by flushing out a reasonable number of criminal elements from Asaba, the state capital, and across the state. Director General of Delta State Orientation and Communications Bureau, Dr Latimore Oghenesivbe, gave the hint during a radio interview on Tuesday, saying that

Delta State Governor, Rt. Hon. Sheriff Oborevwori, has underscored the importance of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in the effective fight against all forms of criminality in the country. Governor Oborevwori noted that effective deployment of ICT in the fight against crime and criminality would promote peace and create a business friendly-ambience that would ultimately stimulate investors' confidence in Nigeria. He disclosed this Wednesday when he received on a courtesy visit, the Deputy Inspector- General of Police (DIG) in-charge of ICT Department, Force Headquarters, DIG Sokari


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