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Okada Tag

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

Delta State Government, DTSG, Thursday, said it will enforce to the fullest, the ban on commercial motorcycles and scrap metal scavenging popularly known as 'iron condemn' in restricted areas across the state. Secretary to the State Government, Dr. Kingsley Emu who disclosed this in an interview with journalists shortly after a meeting with critical stakeholders in the state, said there is zero tolerance for okada riders in restricted areas and scrap metal scavengers across the state. He said the stakeholders meeting attended by all security agencies

Delta State Government, Thursday, banned the use of commercial motorcycle, otherwise known as "Okada" as a means of transportation within the state capital territory. The State Government also banned, forthwith, scrap metaI scavenging, otherwise known as ‘iron condemn’, in the state capital, Asaba, with immediate effect. Secretary to the State Government, SSG, Dr. Kingsley Emu, disclosed this invAsaba, while briefing newsmen on the outcome of the State Executive Council meeting presided over by Governor Sheriff Oborevwori. Dr. Emu, who said the ban, which was necessitated by the


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