Oyo Govt closes Premier Hotel and 80 stores in Ibadan

The Oyo state government has sealed off the Premier Hotel and 80 shops in Ibadan for breaking environmental sanitation laws.

The State Commissioner for Environment and Natural Resources, Mr. Abiodun Oni, has denounced the attitude of the management of the Premier Hotel and the owners of the shops concerned towards the state laws on the environment. environmental sanitation.

Oni said the owners of the affected stores failed to comply with a 7-day ultimatum issued by the state government to remove waste from their premises.

“It is disheartening that despite this administration’s efforts to provide a conducive and sustainable environment for residents, people continue to violate state environmental laws as a filthy environment threatens the lives of individuals in the state. When the disease arrives, it knows no borders,” he said.

Mr. Oni stressed that enforcement will continue to take place lest people understand the need to take care of our environment.


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