Agency arrests 19 traffic offenders, sends them to jail

Nineteen traffic offenders have been imprisoned by a mobile court set up by the Federal Road Safety Commission(FRSC).


Last week, the Federal Road Safety Commission(FRSC) arrested 21 traffic offenders in Enugu state.

Enugu State Sector Commander, Mr David Mendie, revealed that their offences included using worn-out tyres, non-use of seat belt, and so on.

The offenders were arraigned before a mobile court, where 19 were convicted, while the remaining two were discharged and acquitted.

Mr Mendie emphasised the need for motorists to obey traffic rules and avoid using phones while driving as “we are already in the Ember months, hence the need for every road user to be careful.”


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