Okada ban: Do not extort innocent residents, says Abia government

The Abia State government has issued a harsh warning to security services in the state not to illegally collect money from law-abiding people and other residents during the implementation of the ban on commercial motorcycle operations in Umuahia and Aba metropolis.

In a recent development, it has been stated that the previous administration’s announcement of a restriction on Okada movements in Umuahia and Aba metropolitan has been reinforced.

Okey Kanu, the Commissioner for Information and Culture, presented the following details during a press conference following the State Executive Council meeting.

Kanu recently asked security agencies to be professional when enforcing legislation in a statement.

In a statement, he highlighted that the decision was made with the primary goal of ensuring the general public’s safety and well-being in mind.

Governor Alex Otti made a big declaration about the Single Treasure Account (TSA) in a recent statement. According to the governor, the TSA, which he initiated, is set to go into effect on September 1, 2023.

Kanu, a famous individual, recently stated his unshakable support for the TSA policy. He highlighted that its adoption will increase openness and ensure due process.

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The user stated in a statement that upholding due process and transparency is a crucial cornerstone of this administration. In a recent statement, the speaker revealed that the Single Treasury Account will be introduced on September 1st, ensuring that all government payments are processed through a consolidated platform.

According to a government source, several revenue-generating organizations, such as transportation unions, allegedly approached the State government with a request to modify the TSA system in order to generate a “reasonable commission.”

Our journalist, however, was unable to confirm whether the proposal was ultimately approved by the State government.

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