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ENUGU STATE GOVT. BOOSTS SECURITY AGAINST INFILTRATION OF HOODLUMS

The Enugu State Government says it has reinforced security at entry points of the state as well as border communities to check infiltration by hoodlums.

The State Commissioner for Information, Mr. OgbuaguAnikwe, stated this while briefing journalists on the outcome of the first State Executive Council meeting of the year.

Mr. Anikwe explained that the move followed security report, that the state was becoming a safe haven for undesirable elements due to its serenity and high level of security.

Also, the State Commissioner for Works and Infrastructure, Mr. Greg Nnaji, said that the council approved the reconstruction of 10 kilometer Emene-Nkwubor-Ugwuomu road worth over one billion naira.

For the State Commissioner for Rural Development, Mr. Gab Onuzululike the council further approved ₦12, 000, 000 .00 to assist Transmission Company of Nigeria to improve power supply in the state while the Commissioner for Health, Dr. Fintan Ekochin highlighted government plans to improve on malaria control.

 

CHUKWUMA EZEOGU

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