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Friday, July 22, 2022

Nigeria Government Considering To Ban Okada Nationwide

The Federal Government has revealed that it is considering a nationwide ban on motorcycle and mining activities in the country as part of its strategy to curb terrorist activities as well as cut off their sources of funding and logistics which they have leveraged to execute their criminal activities.

This is part of the outcome of the National Security Council meeting which was presided over by President Muhammadu Buhari at the State House in Abuja on Thursday, July 21, 2022.

The Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami, who after the meeting addressed State House Correspondents in the company of Minister of Interior, Rauf Aregbesola, and Minister of Police Affairs, Maigari Dingyadi, said that investigations are still ongoing especially to establish the link between mining and motorcycles which they suspect provide funding for the supply of arms to the terrorists.

The cabinet members were, however, silent on whether the ban would be nationwide or restricted to the affected regions of the country.




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Ajibola Ayokunnu Ishola

I think FG is power drunk. Are bokoharams using bikes? Let them ban all vehicles too because those who break into the prison with about two hours video recording were not on bikes but hilux vans

Josephine Ezinwanne Ugochukwu

Provide Jobs for citizens before dey ban okada

Abason Idox Jacobs

This government is always thinking backward. They are good in creating problem than solving it. A working country will at the same time announced the ban of whatever the wanted to phase-out as well as bringing onboard what to replace it. Are the not birthing more criminals and terrorists in this ways? I am not in support of it at all.
The what is the alternative for them before banning the Okada

Emehinola Oke Philip

They wanted to meet up with developed countries, and they don't have what it takes to meet up.

Eddie Edi

The one them ban for my side here. Police they collect them 10k monthly to drive okada. Fear 9ja. Cuz of paying 10k. To drop persin na 200. If your distance far. Sorry for you
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