World Niger: the prohibition of motorcycle restored in part of the Tillaberi
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partially lifted in early September, this measure was reinstated in several departments of the Tillaberi, the Western region of the country regularly the theater of attacks, often perpetrated with motorcycle.
It is forbidden to circulate to motorcycle, day and night, in seven departments and two rural communes of the, in Western Niger, since Wednesday, October 13. The measure was reinstated by the governor of this region, on the recommendation of the National Security Council. A close source of the Nigerian government asserts that the authorities were planning to restore this measure in some pockets if the security situation required.
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In the early week, ten people were killed in the attack on a mosque in Abankor, village of the three border area, by attackers from motorcycle.Economic and Social Consequences
The circulation of motorcycles had already been banned between January 2020 and late August last, before being partially lifted a month agoBut others emphasize the disadvantages of a measure that significantly reduces the flow of the inhabitants. Ousmane Diallo, researcher on the Sahel for Amnesty International, believes that it has economic and social consequences on the inhabitants. It also requires consultation with the humanitarian workers that this measure prevents access to the people who need them.
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