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Sunday, January 02, 2022

Rivers State Gov Wike Bans Nightclubs And Prostitution

Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike has banned Nightclubs and prostitution in the state.








This was contained in his new years day broadcast speech in Port Harcourt..


He gave the order in his New Year broadcast in Port Harcourt on Saturday.
He banned nightclub activities including nighttime trading and street prostitution especially along Abacha road and surrounding streets particularly in the Casablanca area.

He said the move will “Stop the harmful effects of this depraved activities on the moral development of the children and society at large.”

Wike further directed security agencies in the State to arrest and prosecute anyone attempting to violate the ban. He said a taskforce would be set up to this effect.

It is not clear how long this ban stands but Governor Wike-led administration will come to an end after the general elections in 2023.

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34 comments:

  1. He no ban runs.

    Na only the name change but the street remains the same.

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  2. ... But wait ooo, how is the ban going to help the state develop?...

    Confused man.

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    1. Chike, aren't you the "confused man here?"

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  3. I don't go to clubs neither do i prostitute, but I ain't in support of this move by Wike. You do not force your beliefs or values on others.
    If God Almighty can give men freewill, who is man that he should do otherwise?

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    1. He didnt ban it in the while state, they just have to shift base. It's not a matter of forcing beliefs, you cannot stroll around that area in d evening without someone asking u howmuch for short time.

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  4. I totally support this. I sure say some bvs dey follow stand there every night πŸ™„ dirty hookers!

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    1. Are you serious? Come and whisper to me if you know anyone.

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    2. Are you kidding, some BVs are follow stand there. What were you doing there to know or how do know that some BVs are standing there.
      Wait ooooo are you asking question or is that a statement

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    3. @ Luv girl πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  5. See how club owners source of income take stop

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  6. I love some of the actions to be taken. The destruction of the shanties is a good move to curb criminal hideouts. Also the arrest of illegal bunkers.

    Ashawo make una too rest. Una no dey tire?

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  7. Pls do something about kpo fire in the state too

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    1. 36. Let me also reiterate that we are as overly concerned as the public over the black soot environmental disaster that has continued to envelope Port Harcourt and upsetting residents for quite some time.

      37. As a State Government, we have drawn the attention of the Federal Government to this problem and requested for its intervention to stop the activities of illegal bunkering and artisanal crude oil refiners, which have been identified as the main sources of the soot pandemic.

      38. Unfortunately, the Federal Government has remained inexplicably silent over our request and even complicit to a large extent with the security agencies actively aiding, encouraging and protecting the artisanal refiners to continue with their harmful activities unabated.

      39. We have equally appealed without success to our people engaging in this illegal business to consider its negative effects on our economy, environment, public safety and public health and disengage from it.

      40. We will continue to engage and plead with the Federal Government to intervene and save our people from this serious environmental and health emergency.

      41. However, since the federal security agencies have largely refused to stop the illegal crude oil refining activities in the State, we have no option than to take necessary measures to tackle this particular and direct challenge to our collective health and survival by ourselves.

      42. Consequently, I have directed the Chairman of Port Harcourt City Local Government Council to go after all the illegal crude oil refining sites along Creek road and adjourning areas of the city and shut them down with immediate effect.

      43. Furthermore, all Local Government Chairmen are directed to work with community leaders to locate and identify those behind all illegal bunkering and crude oil refining sites in their localities and report to my office for further action.

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    2. Which part of ph is the soot affecting? I have being in abolema for a week and there is nothing as such.

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  8. Anyways If it will work the way he plans it. Let him carry go am in support.

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  9. And he said nothing can be done about the soot ravaging the state

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    1. He did. Look up under IJEOMA PH comment. I dropped it there.

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    2. But of course.
      He conveniently left the most important thing (soot) out.
      Nigeria politicians with their hypocrisy!

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    3. That's not what he said. Read his full address on the 1st. He talked about it.

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  10. Na hookup style. Na analogue prostitutes dey stand for road. Na for IG, etc Dem dey advertise and hook up.

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  11. "It is not clear how long this ban stands but Governor Wike-led administration will come to an end after the general elections in 2023"

    🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣 e no concern me but oga sha do something about the soot.

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  12. This man is gradually turning into a tyrant. You guys are applauding him now but na so e dey start. Very soon, he will ban bars and hotels, after all, hookers can also be found there.

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    1. Eka Joy, if you are in Port Harcourt, you will see reasons for his actions especially on those runs women on the road side. Some of them dresses naked on the road and once a car passing that route slows down, you will see them run over the driver as if he is calling them.

      He didn't ban them from business but hanging on the road side. They can stay inside the brothel and customers can still locate them there.

      In the country where you reside, do olosho walks freely on the road or stand on high way?

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    2. Eka, have you ever been harassed by your fellow woman soliciting sexual patronage before? Mehn, it is disgusting. You can't drive through G.R.A in peace without being harassed. I'm a woman o, imagine what the men go through from those women.

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    3. Wike should let them be jare. It is their source of income. They dey force anybody? He is just an illiterate. No be to ban by mouth, effect it in law. Like say him and his friends no dey patronise them

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  13. Wike, this one no follow o. I dont like how the girls loiter the streets but banning of clubs, I'm not in support of that.

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  14. He leave soot deh ban club and olosho...

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  15. Wike,this one no follow at all,you leave the fly wey perch for your scrotum come dey pursue fly wey dey outside house,wetin concern olosho and club with soot and environmental pollution?

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