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Mr. Chris Osa Nehikhare, Edo State Commissioner for Communication and Orientation

…impunity must stop

The Edo State Government has said that, at about 4pm on Saturday, November 5, 2022, Edo State its attention was drawn to the wanton construction of a perimeter fence on a road in the Uteh Community, upper mission area of Benin City with impunity.

The public service announcement signed by the Edo State Commissioner for Communications and Orientation,  Mr. Chris Osa Nehikhare,  said that, the video complaint, identified the proprietor of Divine Providence School, Palace Road, Uteh community, upper mission extension as the person illegally grabbing land and attempting to annex same.

“At about 4pm on Saturday, November 5, 2022, Edo State Government’s attention was drawn to the wanton construction of a perimeter fence on a road in the Uteh Community, upper mission area of Benin City with impunity.

“The video complaint, identified the proprietor of Divine Providence School, Palace Road, Uteh community, upper mission extension as the person illegally grabbing land and attempting to annex same.

“Consequently, an Enforcement Team from Ministry of Physical Planning, Housing, Urban and Regional Development led by the Hon. Commissioner, Isoken Omo, visited the site today, Sunday November 6, 2022 and reclaimed the road.

“The school was also sealed as its fence is on the road and had previously been marked for infractions.

“Other contraventions in the area were attended to particularly the row of stores along upper mission extension by the Enogie’s palace.

“We thank Edo People for their support and encouragement as this type of citizen/ government collaboration will usher in a city we shall all be proud off.

The statement concluded by requesting citizens to say something, if they see something by contacting the Ministry on 09128902734 or 08104663697. “N’Ędo gha ma ęr’Ima ye”

 

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