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Dropping waste From Moving Vehicles now Attracts N5000 Fine

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The Lagos State Sector Command of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) has warned commuters against throwing waste out of moving vehicles, saying it could cause accident.

An officer of the command, SP Adedotun Abayomi, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Wednesday in Ago Palace Way area of Oshodi-Isolo Local Government Area that it was a bad habit that could lead to accidents and maybe, fatalities.

He spoke against the backdrop of a quarrel between a commercial bus driver and a private car owner whose vehicle was affected when a passenger in the bus threw out of the window a black nylon bag containing the waste of what she had consumed.

The said bag fell on the windscreen of Mr Chinedu Okafor’s car which almost caused an accident.

The FRSC official, an Assistant Patrol Commander, said that it was wrong for people to drop things off from a moving vehicle because it was likely to cause accident.

Via: www.OnoBello.com/News

My Opinion 

And who enforces the law after it is made?our problem is not in making laws, it is in enforcement.

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