Last week, the Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) announced it's constitutional right to arrest and prosecute traffic offenders.
54.2% say agency has no right to arrest traffic offenders
Majority of Pulse readers disagree with the Federal Road Safety Commission's constitutional right to arrest and prosecute traffic offenders.
"FRSC has the constitutional right to arrest and prosecute traffic offenders in a Court of Law, while it also has the right to fine such violators. The Right is clearly stated in the Establishment Act of the commission; the FRSC is a law enforcement agency and it is equally a law abiding commission."
This announcement comes after the commission made numerous arrests.
We asked Pulse readers to weigh in.
The majority, 54.2%, disagree with the Law, which says: "members of the Corps shall have power to arrest and prosecute persons reasonably suspected of having committed any traffic offence”.
45.8% said yes.
What do you think?
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