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Insecurity:Niger Govt Suspends Cattle Makets, Ban Sale Of Petroleum

As part of measures to address security challenges in Niger state, the State Governor, Alhaji Abubakar Sani Bello has suspended all weekly cattle makets across the state ,banned sale of petroleum products in jerry can.

In a statement signed by Secretary to the State Government (SSG),Ahmed I. Matane,on Wednesday, said any vehicle carrying cattle into the State must show Way-bill and evidence of the origin where the cattle were purchased and their destination.

According to him,“Sale of petroleum products in jerry cans or any other containers at filling stations in the State is hereby banned. All filling stations should not sell petrol of more than N10,000 to each vehicle at a time and should be wary of vehicles or motorcycles coming for repeat purchases.

“Government suspends the operation of trucks carrying firewood/timber across the State. All motorcycles are only allowed to operate from 6:00 a.m to 6:00 p.m across the State.

He noted that government is aware of the inconveniences the measures would cause the people, but the decision was taken in the overall interest of the State.

“Government has condemned in strong terms the degree of carnage and mayhem Bandits and Kidnappers are causing to some parts of the State and reiterated it’s continued determination to rid the State of any security threat.

“Government is calling on the people of the State to be very vigilant, security conscious and report all suspicious characters, movements or objects to security agents, adding that security is everybody’s business and that all hands must be on deck in complementing government’s efforts toward safeguarding lives and property of citizens,”he said .

He, however, disclosed that government has directed security agencies to ensure effective and strict compliance/enforcement of these measures.

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