LASTMA promises to bring to justice the person who broke the head of the official |
LAGOS STATE GOVERNMENT CONSIDERING ATTACK ON LAST OFFICIAL
Mr Olajide Oduyoye, the Lagos State Justice Commissioner, said Mr Moyosore Onigbanjo ordered a man named Emmanuel Ben to lead the attack on LASTMA officer Ismail Lukman. ..
at the Yakande junction in Lekki, when he was performing his legal duties around 14.20 on Sunday 8 November 2020, he will have to face the full wrath of the law for the attack to serve as a deterrent for others with similar reasons
According to Luckman, he was at his own pace at the Jakande junction, manually controlling traffic due to the destruction of a traffic light during the last anti-theft protest, when Ben approached him and demanded to stop traffic to allow him to cross …
… Even with a pedestrian bridge nearby, which the LASTMA officer said he had to use. Then he drove into the carriageway in front of the moving vehicle, which disrupted his movement.
Luckman then asked him to leave the street and stop interfering with his work.
According to an eyewitness, Ben later threatened that LASTMA officials would be kicked off the street like the police and attacked Luckman, hitting him in the head …
… with a weapon that looks like metal, causing serious lacerations leading to blood flow, Ben was joined by two passers-by who are currently at large, and Ben was arrested by military patrol and …
the district police are currently at the Ilasan police station and need to be brought to justice as soon as possible.
If you remember, @gm_lastma was similarly attacked and injured in this corridor in the same area as Jakanda at the end of June this year.
Oduyoye vows that LASTMA will not shy away from its legal duties and will not be intimidated despite the intimidation, and has promised that anyone caught attacking LASTMA employees will now be forced to confront the music in accordance with the law.
He said that in order to ensure the smooth movement of traffic in the metropolis of Lagos, as envisaged in the agenda of Mr. Governor Mr. Babajide Olusola Sanvo-Olu “TEMA”, with the management of transport and traffic representing the first T, …
… We must all change our minds to comply with the 2018 Lagos House of Assembly amended traffic rules, and that anyone who refuses to obey these traffic rules must be prepared for the consequences of the law.
He also advised road users to accept the fact that
was established by the Law, which imposed certain responsibilities on the agency, as well as on road users …
… who must fulfill their responsibilities so that harmony and peace reign on the streets of Lagos.
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