Covid-19: Bwari Community in Abuja bans the use of Okada

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Bwari Area council of the federal capital territory has banned the use of Okada in their various communities until further notice to help curb the spread of coronavirus.
This was made known in a statement issued by Secretary of the Council, Hon. Efi Peter K.

The statement reads, “I hereby announce the suspension/banning of commercial motorcyclists (ie Okada operation in the following Council Metropolis until further notice as part of measures to curtail the spread of COVID-19 as people begin to return back to Abuja from the various states of the federation.

1. Bwari Town and immediate suburbs.
2. Ushafa.
3. Dutse Makaratanta to Dutse Alhaji
4. Kubwa
5. Byazhin
6. Dei Dei
7. Dawaki
8. Mpape

“Therefore, members of the general public and especially Okada Riders Association are advised to comply as violators/offenders of the order will be arrested, prosecuted and punished appropriately.

“Security agencies in the council are to take note and ensure strict compliance.”

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