Governor Okowa Imposes Curfew at Delta as Thugs Set FRSC Office on Fire
Delta State Governor Ifeani Okova has imposed a 48-hour curfew on his state.
According to Sahara Reporters, the governor has imposed a state curfew to curb violence in the city.
Addressing state residents on Thursday morning, the governor said the curfew will begin today at 6:00 pm and will be revised further.
All public and private schools were closed until November 2, 2020.
A peaceful #EndSARS protest took a violent turn in Delta State Wednesday night after criminals set fire to government offices and property in the state capital, Asaba.
Unbelievers set fire to the office of the Federal Highway Traffic Safety Service on the Benin-Asaba-Onitsha highway and a landscaped garden at the nearby Coca junction.
One of the senior FRSC officials, who confirmed this to our correspondent, said: “Our office was completely razed to the ground. While I am talking to you, you cannot choose a pin. But I thank God that none of my co-workers were touched. “
Our reporter who visited the scene noticed that the entire office and more than 15 vehicles seized by the commission, including a truck with concrete, were leveled to the ground by thugs.