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Oyo Impounds 395 Vehicles, 60 Motorcycles

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The Oyo State Road Traffic Management Authority (OYRTMA) on Wednesday revealed that no fewer than 395 vehicles and 60 motorcycles have been impounded since January this year.

The Director of Administrative and Supply, OYRTMA, Mr Tunde Aiki made this known in an interview with journalists after one of the agency’s operations in Ibadan, the state capital.

The operation which took place around Agodi-Gate area, Ibadan saw the agency’s officials arresting traffic law offenders even while it rained.

Aiki while speaking, said that OYRTMA had the responsibility of maintaining the state’s road traffic laws, as well as maintaining orderliness and control in the road traffic system of the state.

Aiki noted that the existence of the agency was not to generate revenue for the government through collection of fines from traffic law offenders as most people believed, but to increase the compliance level of road users to traffic laws.

He said, “We have discovered that more commercial road users violates basic traffic laws, especially those who do not make use of the designated bus stops as their pick up or drop off points for passengers. Offences committed by private motorists are more grievous, which include leaving one’s lane to face an oncoming vehicle and parking inappropriately on the road.

“We want to appeal to pedestrians and motorists to always take into consideration the safety of other road users as well as acquaint themselves with the traffic laws of the state.”

Source: dailypost.ng/2019/08/21/oyo-impounds-395-vehicles-60-motorcycles/


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Olamide
U see,Our people needs to understand what safety is if u are given rules and regulations obey rules follow orders.

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[ jojns Tanks for that post please kip it up I love that,

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Olaitan

[ @Oluwaseun: ] Tanks for that post please kip it up I love that,

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Olaitan

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thanks

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Interesting post, first time hearing this

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Since the constitution said nobody is above the law, they have to obey

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Danga
They have more defaulters in oyo state o. Y cnt they obey laws

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Hood work from the government

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wow very interesting post

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12062000
kudos to Oyo state government.

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How this one concern us again

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Good information to hear indeed

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Offences committed by private motorists are more grievous, which include leaving one’s lane to face an oncoming vehicle and parking inappropriately on the road..

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It's a good thing, because no one is above the law.

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Oyo state has declared war against motorists and motor cyclists

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[ @Oluwaseun: ] Tanks for that post please kip it up I love that,

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probably they might have violated tracking rules and regulations, OK thanks for the information

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for what again this time that's their mean of transportation oo

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Emmanuel

[ @Oluwaseun: ] Tanks for that post please kip it up I love that,

issorite

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[ @uwadinachi: ] Interesting post, first time hearing this

kip it up

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thats good that was done.

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critics are bad,analysis open the eye of critics but constructive critics sees vision
this government self....may GOD help us

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Nawah oh, oyo lewa, on your own

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I hope the arrest made wasn't for extortion

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there is always a cause to any engagement humans find themselves in.

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They made the law, they follow it strictly. You disobey their traffic rules, your vehicle will be impounded.

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many commercial vehicle do break traffic rules hope they return their vehicles and bike and give them grace to adjust

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okay now no problem at all
I guess it is bound to get better and better

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