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Ebonyi State Government Bans Tinted Glasses and Unregistered Cars

Rt. Hon. Francis Nwifuru, the governor of Ebonyi State, has stated that the state’s Executive Order prohibiting the usage of tinted glasses and unregistered vehicles was prompted by an increasing number of insecurity incidents.

 

Nwifuru, who delivered the speech on Sunday during a special church service in the New Government House Chapel in Centennial City, Abakaliki.

 

This was said in a statement that Monday Uzor, the governor’s chief press secretary, signed.

 

Nwifuru, who delivered the speech on Sunday during a special church service in the New Government House Chapel in Centennial City, Abakaliki.

 

This was said in a statement that Monday Uzor, the governor’s chief press secretary, signed.

 

The governor expressed sorrow over the deaths of four police officers in the state last Friday when they were on duty in the Ebonyi Local Government Area of the state along Hilltop Road.

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The governor disclosed that the attackers arrived in vehicles with unregistered plates and darkened windows.

 

The governor claims that after being chosen by the electorate, public servants have no reason to hide their identities in cars with tinted windows.

 

“I wonder why after asking people to vote me, and I will turn out to be hiding myself. I remember when I was a speaker, I directed my drivers to remove all the tinted glasses because I didn’t see why I should be hiding.

 

“Because of insecurity, people lost hope from going to farm. Security should be everyone’s business. As government officials, we must do something.We have all the intelligence about the activities of these hoodlums. And very soon, they will face the music,” the Governor said.

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