The Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) on Friday, June 9, said reports circulating online claiming Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu asked the agency not to arrest any motorist, are fake.
In a statement signed by Adebayo Taofiq, the director of Public Affairs and Enlightenment Department of LASTMA, the agency said the false report had been repeatedly circulated online since February 2020, Vanguard reported.Information Guide Nigeria
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He warned Lagosians, especially motorists, to be wary of online reports aimed at causing mischief in society, Channels Television also reported.
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“I wonder why some individuals choose to always mislead others to contravene the traffic law of the State as amended by the State House of Assembly in 2018.”
“The motoring public is advised to ignore and disregard all fake news circulated by faceless individuals and designed to lead them into breaking the traffic law of the State”.NYSC Portal
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