Friday, 21 August 2015

Gov. Obiano Extolled Over Demolition of the Brothels of the Prostitutes at Amansea


 

The Anambra State House of A[post_ad], ssembly has extolled the State Governor, Chief Willie Obiano for demolishing the criminal hideouts and an abode of prostitutes at Amansea, Awka North Local Government Area.
 
news48hrs.com recalled that the governor, perhaps acting on the information of the daredevil criminality, last Friday, mobilised security task force, who raided the notorious enclave with bulldozers and caterpillars, razed the place to the dust, with the criminals and prostitutes on the run.
 
Hon. Boniface Okonkwo, the member representing Awka North constituency at the State legislative arm, who raised the motion while supporting the motion for adjournment, recalled that the Garki Quarters, where Hausa cattle traders temporary squat for their cattle business, had been converted into hideout for criminals and prostitutes who harbour there for sinister deals.
 
According to the lawmaker, for many years, the undesirable elements, sneaked under the sub-tenancy of the cattle traders, erect batchers and use them for illegal business, with active connivance of women of easy virtue, even as men of the underworld converted it into operational base, from where they travel inside and outside Anambra State, for criminal activities, aside terrorising innocent citizens of the host community every night.
 
He therefore, expressed delight that the people of Amansea have heaved a sigh of relief, since the criminals have been chased away from their community.
 
However, in another development, Hon Okonkwo called on Governor Willie Obiano for urgent reconstruction of the various roads connecting the people of Awka North to the State, stressing that this will actualise the demands of the Millenium Development Goals (MDGs) for rural urbanisation and make amenities decentralised within the urban and rural areas.
 
Okonkwo, who maintained that his constituency as an agrarian Council Area, lack motorable roads, lamented that this has impeded the transportation of agricultural produce to urban areas and so diminished the economic capability of the people.
Meanwhile, contributing to the motion on adjournment, Hon. Uche Okafor (Ayamelum) lamented the deplorable condition of the Anaku-Igbaku-Omasi Road, which had degenerated into death-trap.
 
Hon. Okafor, while regretting that on Thursday, August 6, 2015, youths of Igbakwu enthusiastically responded to the call for youths participation in the state inauguration of the newly constituted State Executive of the All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA) at Awka, the state capital, but at a very bad spot at Anaku-Igbaku Road, fell into a ditch and somersaulted and killed two youths, and many others with various degrees of wounds.
 
He however, commended the State Commissioner for Health, Dr. Joe Akabuike, and the Chief of Staff, Prof. Azike, for their fatherly concern when the casualties were brought to Amaku Teaching Hospital, Awka, with some of the injured transferred to Borromeo Hospital, Onitsha for further treatment, and further called on Anambra State Ministry of Works and Anambra Road Maintenance Agency (ARMA), to urgently repair the roads, to save untold loss of precious lives and valuable properties.


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