#EndSARS: Enugu govt begins fixing of infrastructure damaged

The Governor of Enugu State, Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi has begun the fixing of the infrastructure destroyed during the #EndSARS protest in the state.

According to the Chairman of Enugu Capital Territory Development Authority (ECTDA), Dr Josef Onoh, the Governor has given a marching order to the Capital Territory to ensure that all the mess perpetuated in Trans-Ekulu which the residents have all been complaining that beautified Trans-Ekulu but were destroyed be replaced.

Vandalized infrastructure were the newly-built Nigeria Immigration Service office complex at Emene; the National Identity Management Commission office building; Njodo Development Centre, Emene; Enugu North Local Government Council; the University of Nigeria, Enugu Campus security house as well as banks, ATM galleries and business premises in the state capital.

Onoh said that having considered the economic effect of Covid-19 pandemic and EndSARS protest by suspending all development control activities, demolition and nuisance abatement on humanitarian grounds in the year 2020, all the shop owners at Ugwuaji International building material Market Enugu, presently operating at Kenyetta market areas should relocate to their allocated shops at their new site on before the end of February, this year.

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The Agency said that in the event of failure by the affected persons to adhere to the directive, the Agency shall effect full enforcement of the order from March 2021.

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