confusion as touts continue to sell tickets -Anambra Keke Operators in Anambra are in a state of confusion as touts continue to sell tickets. Ban Revenue collectors in Anambra State have resumed their businesses despite the instructions of Governor Chukwuma Soludo, according to a report in our news site THE NIGERIAFM
During his inauguration on March 17th, the governor had issued a ban on all forms of revenue collection and advertising in the state. He explained that the move was made in order to clean up the system and prevent income leaks so that it could work at its best.
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The operators, however, appeared to be defying orders, according to a poll conducted on Wednesday by our correspondent in Awka. Several of them were spotted at the Unizik Temporary Site in Mgbakwu handing N50 tickets to the keke operators.
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“We don’t know why we are still being charged,” said a keke operator who declined to be identified. According to several operators, Soludo’s prohibition on certain devices is illegal.
“They decreased the charge from N100 to N50,” stated another Amawbia operator. The debt collectors appear ready to go to court if we don’t pay up. Our options are limited. The cops should be summoned to assist us.”
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According to DSP Tochuckwu Ikenga, public relations officer for the state’s police force, the “Our guys are positioned to several crossroads and parks throughout the state to enforce this directive.”
In the case that someone flouts this order, we further ask Ndi Anambra to phone the police command on 07039194332, the emergency number 112, or the PPRO on 08039334002. “We’re ready to intervene and get the situation under control.”