KANAM BODER CLOSURE: SIX WOMEN SYNDICATE AND A DRIVER ARRESTED, TO BE QUARANTINE FOR FOURTEEN DAYS


KANAM BODER CLOSURE: SIX WOMEN SYNDICATE AND A DRIVER ARRESTED, TO BE QUARANTINE FOR FOURTEEN DAYS:
The police in kanam local government area has arrested six women syndicate that came back from KANO STATE for violating the border closure directive by the executive chairman of the council, Hon Wokdung Adamu Abbas since the confirmation of covid-19 cases in neigboouring Bauchi State. The chairman confirm the arrest this morning after receiving a report by the committee on border closure between kanam and Bauchi State.
Hon Wokdung lamented the unpatriotic disposition of some citizens in the area for sneaking out of the local government through the bushes mainly in the night despite the total lockdown directives by the state government.
The council chairman described the disappointing situation as unpatriotic and the height of inhumanity considering government relentless effort to preventing the spread of covid-19 pandemic in to plateau State.
The chairman had since directed the security agencies in the council to arrest the six women and the driver for them to undergo FOURTEEN days quarantine period to ascertain their HEALTH status before taking further actions against them.
However, the chairman will like to use this medium to strongly warn all business men and women in the council who patronises the popular kanti kwari market in Kano state to as a matter of urgency, desist from flouting government directives by applying crook means of following alternative routes through the bushes as violators will not be treated kindly.
The statement urged the peace loving people of the council to join hands with government in the fight against the dreaded coronavirus pandemic.
Wokdung also advise all citizens of the council to imbibe the spirit of patriotism by reporting any suspicious and unusual movement of vehicles in their communities especially those living in neighboring Bauchi State.
Bashir Auta:
SSA On Media & Publicity to the Executive Chairman Kanam LGA

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