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BREAKING: Oborevwori Warns Youths Against Collection Of ‘Deve’, Says Offender Will Go To Jail

The governor, a former speaker of the state House of Assembly reminded youths and property developers that a law was passed in 2018 banning any sort of level for building houses or roads construction.

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Oborevwori spoke recently on BBC pidgin interview shared by Government House press crew.

Said the governor: ‘Anybody that harasses you for deve should be reported to the police. The era of people harassing you once a foundation for any new building is outdated. It is banned.’

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The governor disclosed that the law came into effect in 2018.

The penalty for the offence is seven years jail or a fine of one million Naira or both.

The governor therefore advised property developers to report such youths to the police for necessary action.

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