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In compliance with the State government’s directive on the removal of illegal structures across the State, a combined team of Operation Clean and Healthy Anambra,

OCHA Brigade, State Traffic Agency and other law enforcement agencies, have removed all illegal structures along the UNIZIK Temp site junction, Saint Joseph’s the Worker road and other adjoining roads in Awka metropolis.
When ABS news crew led by its Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Mr Uche Nworah visited the area, residents and passers-by were seen discussing the development, while others were packing their belongings that were affected by the exercise.
Speaking to the ABS, the Senior Special Assistant to the Governor on Security Matters, Prince Innocent Offordile, who took part in the exercise said that the areas affected have been a nightmare to motorists and the public as they built shanties on top of water channels, thereby blocking free flow of water, as well as causing avoidable road blocks.
According to Mr Osita Edwin, who is a Commander in Operation Clean and Healthy Anambra, they issued three months notice to those affected by the exercise to vacate before the enforcement, adding that the exercise will be a continuous one.
Some of the affected people agreed that they were given a quit notice before the enforcement.
It would be recalled that the State government had through various media and sensitization programmes advised Ndi Anambra that built shanties across the State to vacate such places as government can no longer tolerate indiscipline among the citizenry.
ABS news

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