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Credit: PA Anyway, Lagos State Commissioner of Police CP has pledged to curb the prevalent increase of traffic robbery and pick-pocketing in the state as he revealed that he receives not less than four robbery alerts on his Twitter handle every day Owoseni speaking at a press briefing at the Lagos command headquarters on Tuesday disclosed that the police had arrested 144 suspects as a result of constant raids of bridges and other hideouts of the hoodlums in the state He said “One of the areas where the government has challenges is the issue of traffic robbery We will not shy away from the fact that we have had pockets of robbery in traffic in recent times “In a day I receive about four tweets of traffic robbery I monitor this personally and I give directions and instructions immediately When I newly came to Lagos I used to receive about 10 robbery tweets in a day It is improving now and it will continue to improve According to him arrests were made in Oworonshoki Apongbon and Onikan areas last week and there were about 144 suspects He said items recovered from the hoodlums included charms machetes locally-made guns and valuables of victims “The robbers’ modus operandi includes disguising as street traders” Speaking further Owoseni said “The most recent traffic robbery recorded was carried out by someone selling snacks on the road So the message is that motorists should be careful when patronizing street traders” The CP however advised motorists in the state not to patronize hawkers at night and also stressed that the use of fireworks during the coming festive periods was prohibited He said “Our enforcement on the ban on commercial motorcycles is ongoing The challenge with Lagos is that about 500 new motorcycles enter our roads every day But the police have not stopped enforcing this law “As the end of the year draws near the police reiterate that there will be no use of fireworks bangers and items that sound like explosives in any part of the state They are all prohibited “We will also start to enforce the law that states that anyone carrying any object defined by the law as a weapon is arrested and charged to court “Therefore members of the public must be careful” the CP noted The House of Representatives has directed foreign oil and gas companies to seek Nigeria Content Development Management Board’s approval before applying to the Ministry of Interior for expatriate quota The Chairman of the House’s Committee on Local Content Rep Emmanuel Ekon (PDP-Akwa Ibom) gave the directive on Thursday during a stakeholders meeting on expatriate quota for oil and gas companies Ekon said that the directive became necessary due to the persistent violation of the provisions of the Nigerian Oil and Gas Industry Content Development Act 2010 by the foreign firms According to him many of the multinationals persistently violated the provisions of the Act thereby failing to give full and fair opportunities to Nigerians in their award of contracts and recruitment He pointed out that most of the companies had no approval for the expatriates working for them “Some of them have expatriates with no requisite qualifications to work in the industry “The provision for the first consideration for employment and training is often ignored and many of the companies do not have offices in communities of their operation “Also training programmes for the Nigerian personnel is not adequate and the requirement for succession plan is often ignored” Ekon said He emphasized the need for the Ministry of Interior and the Nigerian Immigration Services (NIS) to see a copy of the board’s approval before issuing or renewing expatriate quotas Contributing a member of the committee Rep Nasir Ahmed (APC-Kano) said that compliance with the Local Content Act was crucial to addressing militancy in the Niger Delta “Non-compliance with the provisions of the Act is mainly responsible for militancy in the Niger Delta Full compliance with the Act will go a long way in containing the tension in the region” Ahmed said In his remark the Minister of State for Petroleum Resources Dr Ibe Kachikwu said that there was need for increased sensitization and enforcement of the law Kachukwu however said that the world had moved from monopolised employee status to global employee status “There is need to ensure that the people who are sent to occupy positions are qualified to justify their positions” he added (NAN) or occasionally the local community, Chief of Air Staff, “God has ordered our steps and of course ordered them correctly, said it was a demonstration of his commitment to partner keep partnering with the State to government to make life better for the people. which is known for its poor conditions. ?On Friday, John McNamara.

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