A statement by the Route Commander, FRSC Public Education Officer, Olabisi Sonusi, said the accident involved a 20-feet containerized Mack truck with two different registration numbers: LSD 973 XM and FKJ 214 XY; and two other vehicles – a Toyota wagon with registration number JJJ 28 FR and Toyota Camry with registration number BDG 597 CY.
The agency’s Director General, Dr Olufemi Oke-Osanyintolu, said in a statement that the accident occurred when an oil tanker loaded with 45,000 litres of PMS crashed into two containerised trucks.
Oduyoye disclosed that the Officer in question is a recent 2019 recruit who has not gained much experience on the job.
The three-day training, which will commence in May, will be facilitated by the State’s Law Enforcement Training Institute (LETI), headed by Prince Oyekan Falade. After the training, all state-funded law enforcement officers will be commissioned to wear body cameras for their operations.
The commercial bus drivers were resisting an increase of N300 over the N500 they currently pay to bus stop touts and street urchins on every trip on the route.
The police boss made the assertion on Thursday, while deliberating on the case of one Adeyemi Abayomi, of No 115, Itire Road, Surulere, who unleashed his dogs to attack police operatives on invitation in his compound. He released his dog and ordered it to bite woman inspector Atim Umoh and caused her bodily injuries.
From next Saturday on, movement of trucks in and out of the Lagos seaports will now be organised through a transparent electronic call-up system that will be based on first-come-first-served basis.
A statement signed by the Permanent Secretary, Office of Environmental Services in Ministry of the Environment and Water Resources, Belinda Odeneye, stated that the exercise had become necessary to reduce the risk of the spread of the Coronavirus Disease in the State Secretariat.
This was contained in a statement by Kayode Opeifa, the Executive Vice Chairman of the task team, on Tuesday in Abuja.
The LASTMA boss stated this in a personal message he penned on the issue.
The incident reportedly occurred in Lagos on Wednesday.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that Silifat made the request to the Lagos State Judicial Panel of Inquiry for Restitution for Victims of SARS Related Abuses and Other Matters.
The Commissioner for Transportation, Dr Frederic Oladeinde, made the remark at a news conference in Ikeja on traffic rules violation.
It urged Sanwo-Olu to direct the state’s Commissioner for Justice and Attorney General, Moyosore Onigbanjo, to secure justice for the LASTMA official, Ismaila Lukman, who was attacked at Jakande junction, Lekki.
According to Lukman, he was on his beat at Jakande Junction controlling traffic manually owing to the destruction of the traffic signal light during the last #EndSARS protest hijacked by hoodlums, when Ben approached him asking that traffic be stopped for him to cross even with the presence of pedestrian bridge nearby, which the LASTMA officer said he should avail himself of.
The attack was carried out in Jakande area of Lekki at about 4pm.
The Chairman of the Agency, CSP Olayinka Egbeyemi, who gave the warning on Monday, asserted that the enforcement unit and other relevant Agencies are determined to enforce the Law on recalcitrant motorists who contravene any section.
The LASTMA boss reacted to the development in a statement on Thursday.
Olajide Oduyoye, the General Manager of LASTMA confirmed the development in a statement by the authority’s spokesman, Olumide Filade.
Olajide Oduyoye, General Manager, Lagos State Traffic Management Authority, gave the warning on Saturday in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in Lagos.