Delta govt addressing issues raised by #EndSARS protesters, says Official

Delta govt addressing issues raised by #EndSARS protesters, says Official

- #EndSARS protesters in Delta state are getting the attention they deserve from the state government

- At the executive council level, authorities are already meeting over the resolution of the protesters

- Some of the demands of the protesters are also being attended to with immediate effect

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The Delta government says it has started implementing some of the demands of #EndSARS protesters in the state.

This was disclosed in a post exco briefing by the Delta state commissioner for information, Mr Charles Aniagwu.

Aniagwu said the Delta exco commended a number of youths in the state who ensured that public buildings were protected during the #ENDSARS protests.

Delta govt now addressing issues raised by #EndSARS protesters, says Official
The Okowa-led administration has started addressing issues raised by #EndSARS protesters. Photo credit: @IAOkowa
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He assured that the state government was committed to ensuring implementation of the outcome of the town hall meetings the governor held with the youths of the state in Warri and Asaba.

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His words:

“All the resolutions from the town hall meetings are being processed and sooner or later you will begin to see very concrete steps aimed at actualizing some of those issues raised by our youths and those canvassed in the course of the #ENDSARS protests.”

Other decisions reached at the exco was the approval of the development and management of the Lander Brothers Anchorage in Asaba which will cost N524million

Anaigwu further said exco approved additional works on the Beneku bridge to increase the height of the bridge by two meters at a cost of N1.2billion.

He said the exco also approved completion of the DLA road Asaba and tarring of some adjoining streets in the area at the cost of N448.5million.

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Meanwhile, the Nigeria Governors’ Forum (NGF) has announced it would hold its 21st teleconference meeting on Wednesday, November 4, to review the internal security situation in the country and the status of the disbanded Special Anti-Robbery Squad.

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A statement issued by NGF’s head of media and publicity, Abdulrazaque Bello-Barkindo, said the forum would also have an overview from different quarters arising from the CACOVID palliatives distribution.

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