In order to maintain safety on the road,the Lagos State government created a taskforce whose work is to impound vehicles of those who takes pride in disobeying the Lagos State traffic rules( the Lagos State Transport Sector Reform Law 2018).No doubt,driving against traffic (one way) has caused a lot of accidents which led to losses of property and human lives
According to Lagos News reporters,the Lagos State Special Offence Mobile Court ordered the public auction of 83 abandoned vehicle today,since the owners have refused to bail them.The auction which took place at the premises of the State Taskforce,Alausa,Ikeja was monitored by the Ministry of Justice in collaboration with the State TaskForce on Environmental and Special Offences was well organised and successful.Speaking to Journalists during the Auction, the Coordinator, Lagos State Special Offences Mobile Court, Mrs Arinola Ogbara said, “there is a lot of processes and transparency to the public auction." She also stated that some of the people whose cars were seized were told to pay a fine without their cars being forfeited based on the strength of evidence they presented at the Mobile Court.
(screenshot of @Lagosnews report)
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