Nobody Was Killed During Enforced Park Relocation-Commissioner

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Ebonyi state Commissioner for Capital City Development, Barr. Onyekachi Nwebonyi yesterday debunked the report alleging that a driver heading to Owerri from the new central motor park opposite Magret Umahi International Market was shot dead.

He gave the clarification while responding to i-Turning Point online in Abakaliki, Ebonyi state.

Recall that Association of Mass Transit Operators, AMTO, on Wednesday declared ban on members vehicular movement in Ebonyi state on alleged government attack and distruption of businesses.

Also recall, was that on Friday, the association after meeting with the state government at the Governor’s office new Government House announced resume on operations in the state.

Barr Nwebonyi noted that there was no casualty of any kind during the park relocation.

“No body was killed as Ebonyi Govt enforces Relocation of motor parks in Abakaliki”

Earlier, the national president of AMTO, Mr Gregory Inyaba who described the state Governor, Engr David umahi as God’s fearing man said he was overwhelmed with the decision of one month grace to put the new park in shape.

Chief Inyaba appreciated Ebonyi state government for their peaceful dispositions and affirmed that government would play it’s part in putting up necessary amenities and fencing of the central motor park.