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Lockdown: Gov. Wike Arrested 14 Persons Hidden In Trailer Conveying Cows From The North




•Governor Wike Arrests 14 Persons Hidden Inside Two Trailers Conveying Cattles Into Port Harcourt

•Last night, Gov. Wike arrested 14 persons hidden in trailer conveying cows from the North.

•The people are to be tested for coronavirus and prosecuted while the cows and trailer would be auctioned.

•orders their prosecution and testing for coronavirus

.•declares that the trailers and cattle will be auctioned

Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike on Thursday affected the arrests of 14 Persons hidden in two trailers conveying cattle from Adamawa State to Port Harcourt.

Governor Wike said that the trailers were intercepted following intelligence from well-meaning Nigerians who some them making their way into Port Harcourt.

They were arrested at Rumuigbo in Obio/Akpor Local Government Area.

Governor Wike ordered the prosecution of the 14 persons by the Mobile Court constituted by the administration under the Executive Order 6 signed for the declaration of the lockdown.

He also directed the State Ministry of Health to conduct tests on the 14 persons to ascertain their coronavirus status.

He said: “This fight has nothing to do with individuals. The law must take its course. You are aware of what is happening and then some people want to illegally smuggle persons into the state.

“The Port Harcourt and Obio/Akpor are under lockdown and the law must be obeyed. The trailers and the cows will be auctioned tomorrow. ”

Governor Wike said that the arrest of the trailers has vindicated him.

He said that the security agencies have failed the people of Rivers State as they collect money and allow defaulters to slip through the border.

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“You heard them saying that they gave money to the security agencies before they were allowed to cross the border.

“The owner of the cattle in the phone interview said they have fallen short of the law,” he said.

Governor Wike said that people must be alive to eat cow, hence the lockdown to protect the lives of Rivers people.

He decried the level of desperation to smuggle people into Rivers State. He said that the State Government will remain vigilant, despite the challenges it is facing.

One of the defaulters, Ahmed Aliyu said that they were contracted from Adamawa State to bring cattle to one Alhaji at the new slaughter in Oyigbo. He said that he thought that the lockdown will start by 10 pm.

He informed that the moved into the state after they bribed security personnel with N1500.

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