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Tuesday, 20 June 2017

Lagos State to begin evacuating vehicles abandoned on Lagos roads come July 1

The Lagos State Government has announced via its Facebook account that it will begin to evacuate vehicles abandoned on the streets of Lagos so as to make the state cleaner and more liveable.

To achieve this, a special task force has been established to carry out the task of getting rid of the vehicles, tricycles, and motorcycles littering the state. Vehicular scrap collection agents have also been appointed by the State Government to assist in ridding Lagos of disused automobiles. 

The duty of the task force will follow a certain procedure which include; pasting warning notice on the abandoned cars with a 7-day warning for removal to take place; after the 7-day warning period, the vehicle will be removed by the task force; If it isn't claimed within 30 days, the vehicle will be forfeited to the government. 


13 comments:

Alloy Chikezie said...

A step in the right direction. Lagos take the lead, other state follows.

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SALOME PINNOCK said...

BEAUTIFUL! GOOD JOB!

BONARIO NNAGS said...

Nice move by the state government.


. ~BONARIO~says so via NOKIA LUMIA

Anonymous said...

LASG should create a link or website where you can report these abandoned vehicles for faster evacuation. But pls they should start with olaitan street surulere biko! The junk on that road is too much. Abeg make my landlord no see this post oh *runs away*

Manuel Kunmi said...

Nice move

OSINANL said...

GOOD...

Anonymous said...

supported.

livingstone chibuike said...

very nice

Anonymous said...

Perfect move.....

Anonymous said...

My sentiments exactly!!! Some on my street in Yaba gotta go!

Anonymous said...

Come to Lekki. Babatunde Anjous avenue you see some old trucks with their tyres down. They have been like that for years

Anonymous said...

Fantastic! Wait and see, there will still be some that will not comply and when it's time for their vehicles to be towed or turned to scrap, they will start begging and cursing the government despite ample warning.

Vivian Reginalds said...

ok
-D great anonymous now as Vivian Reginalds

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