In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 20th, October, 2020

#EndSARS: Governor Bans Police Roadblock

#EndSARS: Governor Bans Police Roadblock

Governor David Umahi

Governor David Umahi


Cops in Ebonyi have been banned from setting roadblocks in all elements of the state.


The order was given by governor of Ebonyi State, Chief David Umahi in response to the protest towards police brutality..


Umahi made this identified whereas addressing over two thousand Ebonyi youths who staged a protest on the authorities home gate, Abakaliki, the capital of Ebonyi State.


He, nonetheless, ordered for the quick opening of all tertiary establishments within the state to allow college students return to high school.


The governor whereas addressing the protesters threatened to sack any lecturer who would fail to renew work.


He applauded the protesters for his or her braveness, including that their protests have achieved a lot for the nation.


He stated: “I don’t deceive individuals in Ebonyi state. All tertiary establishments in Ebonyi State will resume faculty coming Wednesday and you’ll return to high school. Any lecturers who refuses to renew, I’ll sack her or him.

“One of many issues I’m going to tackle with the commissioner of police and Military commander is to dismantle all roadblocks in Ebonyi State. We are going to not tolerate the roadblocks in our roads.

“The police can keep on one nook in the event that they see any suspected automotive. They arrive out and search after which go away. Any police officer that asks you for cash, I need you to withstand that, name me on telephone any time they ask you for cash. Sufficient is sufficient,” he said.

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Earlier in a comment, one of many protesters, Mr. Stephen Ogama who spoke to the governor on their behalf requested that there ought to be quick finish to police brutality, that the actions of native authorities tax power ought to be checkmated, that the governor ought to cease the brutality at Ekeaba police station, and many others.

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