Akwa Ibom Province Authorities said it would inaugurate a special compliance unit for the implementation of the anti-open grazing law latterly passed in the province.
The Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Comrade Ini Ememobong, disclosed this in a statement issued at the cease of the Province Executive Council coming together held on quarta-feira at the ExCO chambers of governor’s business office, Uyo, the province working capital.
He said, ”The study of compliance with anti-grazing law was presented and EXCO directed that a Special Compliance Unit be inaugurated to ensure total compliance.
He also famous that the 2022-2024 Medium Term Expenditure Framework for the Province was presented to the coming together and the framework and Financial Strategy Paper discussed and adopted.
On street trading and illegal markets, the statement added, “The menace of street trading, illegal markets and the attendant risks came upward for word and council directed that the Ministry building of Surround and Security agencies should take steps to at once dismantle all illegal trading outlets on streets and roads in the province.
“Nevertheless nonetheless, a two-week moratorium was granted to allow for sensitization and engagement with relevant stakeholders, to ensure voluntary compliance. At the expiration of the 2 weeks(effective 21st Oct, 2021) defaulters are to be arrested and prosecuted.
“An Update on school fencing and Interministerial projects was given by HC-Finance, who assured that the projects were on course of study and the targets were existence met.”
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