6 Motorists jailed for buying goods in Lagos traffic

6 Motorists jailed for buying goods in Lagos traffic

Six motorists, five passengers, and nine hawkers have been prosecuted and jailed for buying and selling goods in Lagos traffic.

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The convicts, who were arraigned by the Lagos State Environmental Sanitation Corps Agency (LASECORPS) on charges of breaching the state environmental law were brought before a magistrate, Mr. Olayiwola Ogundare of the Ogba Magistrate’s Court.

They were caught either buying or selling goods at Ikeja on the Lagos-Abeokuta Expressway.

Magistrate Ogundare, who found them guilty of the charges sentenced them to three months’ imprisonment each with options of fine.

The motorists’ vehicles, among them, a Honda Accent, Hiace, Toyota Hilux, Toyota Sienna, taxi cab and commercial bus, were also impounded by LASECORPS.

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