Edo Deputy Governor Meets Police Commissioner Says Rally To Receive Ize-Iyamu Must Not Hold

The Edo Government Has Insisted That No Rally Or Gathering Must Hold In Line With The State Government Ban On All Forms Of Political Rallies, Demonstrations And Procession In The State.

Edo Deputy Governor, Philip Shuaibu, Statated This While Speaking With Newsmen Shortly After Meeting With The Edo State Commissioner Of Police, CP Lawal Jimeta.

Shuaibu Said That Any Breach Of The Ban Would Be Met And Faced With The Full Wrath Of The Law.

He Explained That He Was In The Police State Command To Be On The Same Page With The Police Commissioner In That Regard.

He Also Said That The Benin Kingdom Was Presently Celebrating The Igue Festival And The Period Of The Festival Celebration “Is Not A Time For Anybody To Breach Peace In The State.

The Ban On Political Rally In The State Is In A Statement Signed By Secretary To The State Government, Mr Osarodion Ogie. The Statement Had Warned That The State Government Would Revoke Right Of Occupancy Of Any Property Used As Venue For Unauthorised Gathering In The State.

The Inspector-General Of Police Mohammed Adamu Had, On Thursday, Directed The Suspension Of A Proposed Rally By One Of The Factions Of The All Progressives Congress APC In The State To Receive The Peoples Democratic Party PDP Governorship Candidate In The 2016  Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu. Ize-Iyamu.







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