Don't use Curfew to cripple business, Rivers State government tells citizens

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The Rivers State Government has expressed concern that some members of the Business Community are using the curfew imposed in some parts of the State as an excuse to cripple government and economic activities in the State.

Commissioner for Information and Communication, Paulinus Nsirim in a statement said commercial Banks and other businesses are supposed to be open for normal services.


Nsirim therefore, said Commercial Banks where government accounts are operated are advised not to join those involved in any unpatriotic act or lose their patronage.


The statement re-emphasized that the curfew was imposed only at Oyigbo Local Government Area, Mile One, Mile Two, Iloabuchi, Emenike  Ikokwu and Oil Mill areas of Port Harcourt.

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