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Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Evacuation Of Abandoned Vehicles On Lagos Roads

In furtherance of its spirited effort to make Lagos State cleaner, healthier and more liveable, the Lagos State Government has established a special task force for the removal of abandoned and disused vehicles and tricycles littering the State.





Similarly, the State Government has appointed vehicular scrap collection agent in line with Section 56 sub-section (1) of the Lagos State Harmonised Environmental Law, 2017 whose activity will commence from Saturday, July 1st 2017.


Consequently, Lagosians are hereby notified of the operational procedure of the Taskforce as follows:


i. Pasting of Removal Notice Stickers on identified abandoned vehicles with a 7-day period for self-removal by owners of the vehicle




ii. Upon expiration of the grace period, identified abandoned vehicles will be removed by the taskforce to a designated depot within the State.


iii. Where such vehicles are unclaimed within 30 days, the vehicles will be forfeited to the government and undergo proper disposal accordingly.


The General public is hereby advised to comply strictly with this directive while Security agencies are urged to ensure compliance.
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From Facebook Lagos state govt. Page.

21 comments:

  1. Lagos nawa! No matter what they do to that state, it will still remain same I guess. Lol!

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  2. good move, pls let them start from Surulere.

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  3. It will help lagos a lot jare.. Nice idea baba agba


    Mc pinky

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  4. This is a great news.

    Sexy daddy wife hope you are not Nneka or you are trying to take over sexy daddy wife. Take time ooo. I am watching you with my 3d

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  5. The pple in d Abroad nko? Who go EPP them move am? I passed inside Ilupeju some weeks back, it was HELL! Haba cars parked both ways allowing only one lane for motorists very frustrating. Abandoned vehicles o

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  6. The pple in d Abroad nko? Who go EPP them move am? I passed inside Ilupeju some weeks back, it was HELL! Haba cars parked both ways allowing only one lane for motorists very frustrating. Abandoned vehicles o

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  7. This is a welcome development in the right direction. Poco a poco, till we redevelop the country.


    #Let'sbekindtooneanother!💜

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  8. That's a very good initiative. Good morning everyone.

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  9. There was a widower who slept in an abandoned vehicle by the roadside everynight. He kept his only son with a distant relative. When my mum got to know, she took him in against everyone's advice, polished him and employed him as our driver. Sooner, my guy got an offshore job and hit the jackpot. Started parading women up and down anytime he returned from a trip. Suddenly he was too big for mum to advice and cut off contact because she reprimanded him for not getting a place, investing and looking after his only child.
    Now the job is no more. Guess who we saw at our doorstep. Hahaha! Sorry for derailing the post Stella. This just reminded me of him.

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    1. Some people never learn. He got carried away by things that were ephemeral.

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  10. Finally...


    Abandoned cars and buses take almost part of the road.

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  11. Pls come and do ajah. We are tired of the parked cars. Nigeria needs designated dumps plus vehicle crushers. They can charge people to crush the vehicles.

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  12. Yes o!! Good move. Come into Lekki please. So many dead vehicles all over the place

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  13. Anon 9:15 na wa. What will you guys do to him. Just advice him and dont help him because he will derail again. He needs to be freed from that character.

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  14. Olodi Apapa should be the first. That place na dumping ground for vehicles choi!

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  15. What about the ones that move around town but look abandoned ... That even deserve abandonment. Those moving scrap...

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