Governor's aide assures Igbo Traders of maximum security, demands return of normal business activities

Mr. Ageh (M) addressing some traders in Watt Market yesterday

Special Assistant to Governor Ben Ayade on Trade Regulations, Mr. Jeremiah Ageh has charged Traders in Calabar metropolis to go about their normal businesses as the government has assured them of maximum security.

Ageh stated this while addressing the concerns of some Traders in Calabar Metropolis who yesterday locked up their shops in protest over alleged kidnapping of their members. 

He warned that Governor Ayade will not tolerate any breach of security in the guise of protests and threats to persons going about their lawful businesses.

Citing a press release from the Permanent Secretary, Security, Dr. Alfred Mboto, he warned that government will not hesitate to arrest any persons or group of persons found obstructing any Igbo Trader from carrying on with their lawful businesses.

He further told the traders that they were important players in the Economic wellbeing of the State and on their own part should be proactive enough to report any supported cases of arm robbery, kidnapping, cultism, hard drugs trading and any illegal trading to the relevant authorities and security apparatus provided by the state government.

He assures them of the government's continued support and encouraged them to support the ongoing efforts of the Governor  and other security agencies in the state in improving security in the state. 

"His Excellency, the Governor is equally concerned over your personal security and he is also doing everything within his powers to protect and provide a secured as well as enabling environment to do business in the state", he said.
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