This was contained in a judgment delivered by Justice Olalekan Oresanya on Thursday in the suit filed by Aliyu.
The Special Adviser to the Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu on Transportation, Sola Giwa, led officials of the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) to serve the notice to the owners of the trucks in the area in Lagos on Tuesday.
The General Manager of LASTMA, Bolaji Oreagba disclosed this while welcoming officials of the Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) to his office at LASTMA Headquarters on Wednesday.
The General Manager of LASTMA, Bolaji Oreagba disclosed this over the weekend, adding that the alleged offenders are being prosecuted before the Lagos State Environmental and Special Offences (Mobile Court).
The General Manager of LASTMA, Bolaji Oreagba, said this in a statement issued by the agency on Sunday.
Bolaji Oreagba, LASTMA General Manager, confirmed the development in a statement issued Friday in Lagos to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN).
The Federal Road Safety Corps Sector Commander, Olusegun Ogungbemide, in a statement signed by Route Commander Olabisi Sonusi, said the early morning crash occurred at the Adekunle inter-change end of the Third Mainland Bridge.
The Assistant Director, Public Affairs of LASTMA, Olumide Filade, confirmed this in a statement on Monday in Lagos.
The officials, who have now become ubiquitous in every street and corner in the state, have also been subjected to all manner of harassment and assaults by motorists and road users. Some have even sadly, paid the ultimate price by being lynched, either by irate mob or angry drivers/passengers.
According to him, the state government would no longer tolerate any act of assault, physical attack or attempted murder on any official working for the government, especially LASTMA officials.
The Commissioner for Transportation, Dr. Frederic Oladeinde, in a statement Sunday, explained that the repair would be executed in three phases, adding that the first phase would focus on Ipaja road to Adealu street junction, which would last for three months.
According to available information, the female LASTMA official, simply identified as Davids, was attacked weekend.
He told newsmen on Sunday in Lagos that one of the measures was a general redeployment of security officials that had stayed for a long time on their beats.
Shokoya was accused of causing the death of one Olawale Akinmade, an officer of the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) on Jan. 26, on the Ikorodu Expressway, Lagos.
The GM made this statement in the light of the latest attack by a commercial driver on LASTMA officer on Thursday.
Officers of the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) and the Nigeria Police Force testified for the state at the continued hearing.
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.