Benin City - Some soldiers have continued to defy President Muhammadu Buhari’s directive on the dismantling of military checkpoints on highways across the country, reports New Telegraph.
Three weeks after President Buhari handed down the directive, some of the military checkpoints are still intact.
In Edo, the highway linking the state with the neigbouring Delta State, the military still mount checkpoints at several sections of the road.
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Armed soldiers can still be seen on both sides of the highway manning the busy road, which are partially barricaded with woods and other objects
Motorists and motorcyclists plying the road always have hectic time negotiating through the frisked checkpoints.
Read more at New Telegraph.
- News 24