Ebeku stated this yesterday in Port Harcourt, Rivers state, while overseeing the West Africa Senior School Certificate (WASSCE) 2021 exam in the state.
“We’re here to make sure the exam (especially as students write English language papers nationwide) goes on seamlessly. We do not condone bad practice in Rivers State and we will not allow anyone to cheat, ”he said.
He also warned students about their future through wrongdoing, adding that he was confident that the students were prepared for the investigation and should therefore have no cause for wrongdoing.
In addition, Felix Obuah, the sole administrator of Rivers State Waste Management Agency (RIWAMA), warned against dumping in the middle of the streets, especially in Port Harcourt, the capital of the state.
Obuah, who stressed that the ban on the dumping of waste on the main roads and streets of Port Harcourt and the surrounding area are still in force and strictly enforced, urged residents to strictly adhere to the approved unloading times from 6:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m. in approved containers.
He spoke, As the director of environmental health and operations manager of RIWAMA, Mrs. Helen Ohaka directed environmental health students in industrial training with the agency to visit him (Obuah) in his office.
Obuah said the only option is to yourself For residents and business people to stay out of anger, Port Harcourt and the surrounding area adhere to the ban on landfilling and strictly adhere to the timeframe for daily waste disposal.
He urged the students, the knowledge and the Use experience gained during their internship to raise their environmental awareness and benefit the general public from their experience by serving as RIWAMA crusaders preaching the gospel of a clean and healthy life and environment.
Obuah reiterated that the task force set up to enforce the ban would work continuously to ensure compliance, and stressed that defaulters were arrested and would be prosecuted without delay.