Remove All Illegal Structures Or Face Prosecution, Uduaghan Warns

Uduaghan warns State Governor, Emmanuel Uduaghan has restated the state government’s commitment to remove all illegal structures defacing the environment in the state just as he promised to build befitting hostels for the College of Education, Warri.
Governor Uduaghan said this the weekend during the 19th Convocation Ceremony of the College of Education, Warri, commended the State Commissioner for Environment, Chief Frank Omare for the prompt removal of caravans and other illegal structures in Edjeba where the College located.
According to ; ”Recently, when I passed through Edjeba, I was not pleased with what I saw and I told the Commissioner to rid the area of the caravans and other illegal structures defacing the environment in the area and as I was coming into the College today, I am very with what I saw.”
. Uduaghan urged owners of caravans and other illegal structures in the state to remove them immediately in their own interest said “the state government will not spare anybody defacing the environment, we will prosecute you if you fail to remove these illegal structures and if we have to remove them our own, you will be fined by the state government, so do not allow government to remove them for you.”
Governor Uduaghan frowned that students of the College of Education, Warri were living in shanty-like hostels, expressed government’s determination to build befitting hostels for the students before the end of his tenure. He however enjoined the private sector to cooperate with government to achieve this as, according to “government alone cannot do it”.
“I feel sad that students of this college are living in shanties, human beings should not live in such places because they are breeding ground for armed robbery and prostitution and that not what we want for our students. Government will build hostels for students and private individuals should also help. My administration will build some hostels for the College of Education, Warri before we leave office and move the students out of these shanty-like hostels,” he said.
While stressing the need for teacher education in the , Governor Uduaghan said that; “Teacher education the key to the success of any educational system and the state government will continue to encourage teacher education as part of our human capital development. Whatever we are spending education in the state is not wasted.”
The governor also assured workers in the state who were experiencing difficulties in getting their salaries that they would soon smile as the challenges were being tackled and would soon be resolved.
Mr. Sylvester Ebisine, the Acting Provost of the College, said that the 19th Convocation Ceremony was for the over seven thousand, seven hundred and twenty graduands the college 2005-2012. He commended the state government for the massive support to the growth of the college.

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