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Oyo Police Set Up Special Joint Task Force Against Users Of Unauthorized Sirens, Spy Number Plates, Others

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The Oyo State Police Command on Monday (today) said it has set up a Special Joint Traffic Enforcement Task Force’ comprising of the Police and Personnel of the Federal Road Safety Corps to clampdown on unauthorized use of Sirens, unregistered vehicle number plates, covered number plates and others.

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This is even as the State Police Command said the enforcement of the laws banning unlawful use of sirens, revolving lights, flashers, unregistered vehicle number plates, covered plate numbers and spy plate numbers by motorists and other road users in the state will take immediate effect adding that the command has been commissioned for this purpose.

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A press statement by the Oyo state Commissioner of Police, CP Ngozi Onadeko signed by the Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO) SP Adewale Osifeso on behalf of the state police Command and made available to Sunrisebulletin.com, indicated that anyone found culpable will be made to face the full wrath of the law.

This move according to the Oyo state Police Command will instill safety and sanity on all public highways and other roads throughout Oyo State.

The statement reads, “The Oyo State Police Command wishes to inform the general public that it has commenced the enforcement of laws banning the unlawful use of sirens, revolving lights, flashers, unregistered vehicle number plates, covered plate numbers and spy plate numbers by motorists and other road users effective immediately to instill safety and sanity on all public highways and other roads throughout Oyo State.

“Consequently, the Commissioner of Police, Oyo State, CP Ngozi Onadeko, has directed total enforcement by all Area Commanders, Divisional Police Officers, State Traffic Officers and Divisional Traffic Officers in conjunction with the Federal Road Safety Corps, Oyo State Command.

“In the same vein, a ‘Special Joint Traffic Enforcement Task Force’ comprising of the Police and Personnel of the Federal Road Safety Corps, Oyo State Command has been commissioned for this purpose.

“Members of the Public are therefore implored to continue to be law-abiding and also cooperate with the Task Force team in ridding the State of all forms of traffic offences.”

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