Abia Issues Marching Order To Aba Traders

 
Mon May 23rd, 2022 - Abia
 

Abia State ministry of Trade and Investment has warned traders and operators of other forms of business in Aba to desist from encroaching on the streets and roads or face severe sanctions.

The commissioner for the ministry, Chief John Okiyi Kalu stated this while speaking to LEADERSHIP in his office in Umuahia, the state capital in reaction to reports of the encouragement.

“The traders and operators, especially those along Ngwa, Etche, Azikiwe, Market Roads, and Kent Street among others are to take this as last warning before the commencement of clampdown on their activities,” he said.

He used the forum to announced that the ministry would soon reconstitute a new taskforce team following the desolution of the former one for improved service delivery and commitment.

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The commissioner, therefore, appealed to members of the defunct team to return both their identity cards and government property in their possession to the permanent secretary without day.

Kalu, who restated the commitment of the present administration in the state to ensure orderliness across the state, also directed members of the defunct team to return goods seized from traders along Eche Road to their owner

He further directed the Ngwa Road Market committee leaders to embark on immediate removal of wastes scooped from drainage along Ngwa and School Roads, saying they would be hold responsible for any failure.

 
 

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source: Leadership