Oct 4, 2019

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Tunde Bello call out Governor Wike's Task Force Chairman on Street trading

Tunde Bello calls out Governor Wike's Chairman of Task Force Street trading
Tunde Bello, the founder and Chief Execute of The Alternative School, has taken to the Social Media platform to call out the Rivers State Government and the Chairman of the Task Force, Hon. Bright Amaewhule with serious questions regarding the activities of the Task Force on illegal Street trading in Port Harcourt.

In a seven questions post made on Facebook on Friday 4th, October, 2019, Mr. Tunde demand Hon. Amaewhule should answer the following:
Dear Hon. Bright Amewhule please when the Task Force on illegal Street trading (I don't know the legal ones though), come to traders' place and pick wares or items...

What do they give as evidence of collection?

What should the #illegal trader demand from them after seizure before they leave?

What measures are in place for perishable goods and small movable items removed?

Should a trader ask for compensation for if goods and wares are not returned intact?

Should we consider building extensions first before illegal shop trading?

One more question sir, those commercial vehicles and tricycles that were moved to the front of other people's shops and business places to the extent of now causing blockage and nuisance...

Should they chase the new public nuisance to another place or refuse to pay business premises and operational permit levies as a result of low or no business patronage due to the fact that government task force's actions have now affected their businesses?

Should I ask more questions?
End of #Rant"


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