Bayelsa Govt Threatens To Prosecute Illegal Occupants Of School Sites

by on October 24, 2016
The Bayelsa State Govern­ment has threatened to arrest and prosecute ille­gal occupants of the completed State owned Bishop Dimieari Grammar School (BDGS) premises at Ovom in Yenagoa Local Government Area.
The threat by the State gov­ernment followed the directive issued to the authorities of the BDGS to move to the site and resume studies
The Commissioner for Edu­cation, Deacon Markson Fe­fegha, who gave the warning at the weekend, said though the state government had issued vacation order to illegal occu­pants of the buildings within the school site, the state government will arrest and prosecute them.
Deacon Fefegha, however, called on the staff and students to resume for studies as directed by the government, saying “We would not hesitate to arrest and prosecute occupants of the original site of Bishop Dime­ari Grammar School, Ovom in Yenagoa Local Government Area of the state, if they fail to comply with the government’s vacation order.”
The previous delays experi­enced in the movement of the school to its original site was because of the activities of ille­gal occupants. We hereby warn the trespassers to vacate the premises or incur the wrath of the law.”

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