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June 12: Gov Ayade reads riot act, says no public procession




Cross River State Governor, Prof Ben Ayade has learn the riot act, warning residents to not embark on public procession to mark democracy day on June 12.


In a press release issued on Thursday, the Particular Adviser, Media and Publicity to the Governor, Christian Ita reminded most people that the ban on public procession and gathering within the State was nonetheless very a lot in pressure.

He mentioned, “as a result of prevailing safety state of affairs within the nation, authorities won’t allow any procession or gathering underneath any guise on June 12 which is designated as Democracy Day

“Authorities urges anybody or group of individuals wishing to mark the June 12 Democracy Day to take action quietly throughout the confines of their properties.

“Mother and father are hereby suggested to maintain a agency grip on their children and wards to stop them from falling prey to brokers of destabilisation.

“Authorities warns that it’s going to not enable anybody or group to breach the peace being loved within the state.”

The assertion added, “Due to this fact, the complete weight of the legislation will likely be delivered to bear on violators of the ban on procession.

“As a accountable and people-oriented authorities, the Cross River state authorities underneath Professor Ayade needs to guarantee all residents that it’s going to proceed to guard lives and properties within the State.”

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