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FRSC to arrest motorists for illegal use of spy number plates



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The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) says it will start arresting motorists for illegal use of police spy number plates and other special number plates, in Ogun.

The Idiroko Unit Commander of FRSC in Ogun, Mr Akinwunmi Olaluwoye, announced this while speaking with our reporter on Tuesday in Ota.

Olaluwoye said the exercise would be enforced along Idiroko and Owode axis of the state.

According to him, the exercise would be complemented by the police and other security agencies, adding that it was aimed at checking excesses of drivers and reducing crime rate.

“The FRSC wants to implore those that indulge in such act to stop because any driver who breaks the law will be apprehended and prosecuted,” Olaluwoye said.

He urged motorists to adhere strictly to all traffic rules and regulations so as to reduce road crashes on the highways.

The unit commander also cautioned motorists against flouting the COVID-19 protocols, in order to reduce the spread of the second wave of the pandemic.

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