DSP Feli Nwadibeyi, the state taskforce’s chairman, announced this in a statement over the weekend.
He claimed that the break wasn’t related to the driver’s death at Port Harcourt’s Rumuokoro axis and was instead caused by management concerns that have now been remedied.
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Additionally, he urged people running illegal vehicle parks and street vendors to get off the road since defaulters will face harsh punishment.
Nwadibeyi refuted reports that officials of the taskforce group are due money and encouraged Rivers people to get in touch with him to report any team member’s misbehavior.