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LASTMA arraigns 146 vehicles for traffic offences

The Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) has arraigned owners/drivers of 146 vehicles arrested across the State for various traffic offenses in August, 2022.

General Manager of LASTMA, Mr. Bolaji Oreagba, disclosed this over the weekend, adding that the alleged offenders were being prosecuted before the Lagos State Environmental and Special Offences (Mobile Court).

According to him,”77 offenders were prosecuted for one-way driving, five for willful obstruction, five for Illegal parking, two for unpainted commercial Vehicle, five for wrongful overtaking, four for driving on walkways/kerbs, six for BRT obstructions, 10 for reckless & dangerous driving, four for picking/dropping passengers at undesignated Bus Stops and five for disobeying traffic control officers among others”.

In a Statement by LASTMA,Director, Public Affairs Unit, Mr.Adebayo Taofiq,”as part of our feedbacks mechanism we attended and resolved various complaints from motorists via our ‘complaints lines and social media handles08174722227,08100565860
Instagram (ekolastma)
Twitter (@followlastma)
Facebook (ekolastma)
YouTube (LASTMATV)
SoundCloud (@lastmaRadio)”

“It is disheartening that despite the state Government’s vigorous public enlightenment and advocacy campaign via various media outlets, including online sensitization, on the dangers inherent in disobeying traffic rules and regulations, some recalcitrant drivers are still endangering the safety of other road users on Lagos Roads”, Oreagba stated.

“The General Manager also revealed that all those arraigned by the Agency before the Lagos Mobile Court were found ‘guilty’ as charged after strong pictorial and video evidence tendered by LASTMA’s prosecution team.
“While urging all road users including commercial bus drivers,to always drive with caution, particularly during these “ember months”, Oreagba disclosed that LASTMA will continue to strengthen its monitoring and enforcement team to apprehend Traffic Law violators”.

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