In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 18th, July, 2020

How Gov. Umahi Punished 5 Of His Aides After Catching Many Folks With out Face Masks In Abakalii Market

How Gov. Umahi Punished 5 Of His Aides After Catching Many People Without Face Masks In Abakalii Market

Dave Umahi

Dave Umahi

The PUNCH studies that angered by non-compliance with the COVID-19 security protocols on the Margaret Umahi Worldwide Market Abakaliki, Ebonyi State Governor, David Umahi, on Friday suspended 5 of his particular assistants managing the market.

The 5 SAs had been not too long ago appointed to implement compliance with COVID-19 protocols available in the market.

However the governor, who visited the market on Friday afternoon, was enraged when he observed that most people on the market weren’t placing on face masks.

The governor additionally found that the 5 aides weren’t on responsibility on the market.

The governor had suspended two auditor-generals and the state coordinator of FADAMA III not too long ago.

Secretary to the State Authorities, Kenneth Ugbala, in an announcement stated the governor directed the affected aides handy over their official automobiles.

Saturday PUNCH studies that these suspended had been Jacinta Nworie, SA in command of lot 5 of the market; Kirian Ofoke, SA on Lot 2; Philip Eworo, SA on Lot four; Francisca Okeke, SA on Lot 1; and Chukwuma Ofoke, SA on Lot three.

The assertion learn partially, “The Govt Governor of Ebonyi State has famous with disappointment, throughout his afternoon inspection on the Margret Umahi Worldwide Market Abakaliki, that 99 per cent of the market folks didn’t put on face masks and the 5 Particular Assistants to the Governor on Markets weren’t seen on website.

“The governor has, subsequently, positioned the 5 particular assistants on market on an indefinite suspension efficient from Wednesday, July 15, 2020.

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“They’re handy over their official automobiles instantly to the Secretary to the State Authorities and Coordinating Commissioner.”

Ugbala stated the governor threatened to close down the market if the merchants continued to violate the Nigeria Centre for Illness Management’s protocol on COVID-19.

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