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Rochas Okorocha bans Keke in Owerri - Daily Post Nigeria

Governor of Imo State, Rochas Okorocha, has said tricycle operators (Keke driver) in Imo State will cease to operate in designated parts of Owerri, the State Capital as from Tuesday, September 5, 2017. According to him, Keke operators would no longer ...and more »

Okorocha bans keke in Owerri, gifts 2000 cars to operators - Pulse Nigeria

The governor said the ban on keke operators is a reflection of the state's infrastructural developments. Published: 01.09.2017; Samson Toromade. Print; eMail · Police attack anti-Okorocha protesters on first day of "Occupy Imo" play. Imo state Governor ...and more »

Murder of 10-yr-old boy: Police pathologist due in Imo Tuesday - Vanguard

OWERRI— Barring any unforeseen circumstance, pathologist of Nigeria Police Force is scheduled to arrive Owerri,Tuesday, as investigation into the gruesome murder of 10-year old Somtochukwu Ibeanusi continues. This came as the Igbo Civil Society ...and more »

Imo Leaders Demand Immediate Impeachment Of Governor Rochas Okorocha - BuzzNigeria.com

Following the demolition of the ancestral Ekeukwu market in Owerri, Imo state, community leaders from the three senatorial districts of Imo State have advised the state House of Assembly to, forthwith, start the impeachment process of Governor Rochas ...and more »

Okorocha bans Keke from Owerri roads - The Nation Newspaper

The Imo State government yesterday banned tricycles, popularly called Keke, from operating in Owerri, the state capital. The ban takes effect from September 5. Governor Rochas Okorocha, who announced the ban at the inauguration of the state's taxi ...and more »

Okorocha convenes security meeting, insists no casualty at market demolition - Guardian (blog)

Imo State Governor, Rochas Okorocha, yesterday convened a security meeting at Government House, Owerri to chart a new cause for the protection of lives and property in the state. At the meeting, presided over by the governor and attended by the state ...and more »