By Anselem Anokwute
August 31 (Newshour.com.ng – In line with the recent Executive Order from the Imo State Governor, Senator Hope Uzodimma on the restrictions of any form of Taskforce Operations in Owerri, the General Manager, Imo State Environmental Transformation Commission, (ENTRACO) Engr. Francis Chukwu has decried the incessant misbehavior of those he described as Illegal Taskforce Operations within the Owerri municipality Council using the name of the ENTRACO to perpetrate evil against the Governor Hope Uzodimma’s Executive Order.
He pointed out that his Commission have withdrawn forthwith any form of Taskforce Operations within the municipality and beyond since the order with cleared evidence in some daily tabloids commendations publications for the governor’s proactiveness and called on the Security Agents to help th government by arresting and persecute offenders without further delay to sanitize the system and ensure that those interested in destructions of the government policies faced the music.
Further, he exonerated himself and the Commission from the knowledge of the taskforce parading within the municipality last Wednesday 30 August 2023, within Douglas, Wetheral roads and adjoining streets using the ENTRACO overall jack gowns to be fake and unknown to the Commission and called on the public to resist them and inform police.
While those traders whose wares have been catered way by the hoodlums should follow them to know their destinations and report back to the Commission for immediate recovery of the seizures and final rescue operations and warned them not to give any money to anybody as a levy or penalize.
Engr. Chukwu used the medium to inform the general public to remained law abiding Citizens by keeping to the rules and regulations not to use the issue of no Taskforce Operations to cause mayhem in the State by indulging in activities detriment to the growth of the State by closures of roads through street trading, illegal motor Parks, illegal dumping of refuse and building of shanties amongst others.