Oyo Govt Seals Premier Hotel, Event Centre, Over 80 Shops For Violation Of Sanitation Laws


    Oyo State government has sealed the indigenous Premier Hotel situated at Mokola hill and an event centre located at Eleyele, for violating the environmental sanitation laws of the state.

    Commissioner for the Environment and Natural Resources, Mr. Abiodun Oni who led the enforcement team alongside the Coordinating Director of the ministry, Mr. Rogba Adedigba, Director Environmental Health Services, the Environmental Task Force, Amotekun Corps and Environmental Health Officers, among others during the week reiterated that the need to seal up the facilities became necessary to put an end to environmental nuisance in the state

    The commissioner who was appalled with the attitude of the management of Premier Hotel for accumulating heaps of wastes within their premises, wondered why the management failed to co-operate with the designated authorised waste collector, despite the 7-day ultimatum given to them to evacuate their wastes

    “It is disheartening that despite efforts of this administration to provide an enabling and sustainable environment to residents, people still go ahead violating the environmental laws of the state whereas a filthy environment poses threats to individual’s lives in the state. When sickness comes, it knows no boundaries,” the commissioner said.

    In the same development, over 80 shops were sealed at Sango market for noncompliance with the environmental sanitation laws which include indiscriminate dumping of wastes on the road median, accommodating a filthy drainage at the frontage of their shops and non-compliance with the authorised waste collector while also the event centre was sealed for patronizing illegal waste collector.

    Mr. Oni who further emphasized that the enforcement will continue to take place until people understand the need to take care of the environment

    “As citizens, proper waste disposal is a way of exercising their responsibilities as well as giving concrete support to the government as such, putting an end to the scourge of filthy environment,” the commissioner added.

    Meanwhile, the team also went to Gbaremu market and Adelabu Complex at Challenge to sensitize traders on the importance of having a clean, safe and healthy environment while also giving them stern warning to comply with the environmental sanitation laws or else face the wrath of the state.








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