The Ogun State Police Command has banned the usage of tinted glasses in addition to unregistered automobiles or motorbikes, henceforth, DAILY POST stories.
The police mentioned it would start to clamp down on anybody with tinted or unregistered automobiles or motorbikes any longer.
DAILY POST stories that that is coming barely at some point after the assassination of a lecturer DS Adegbenro ICT Polytechnic, Itori, Ogun State.
A press release by the Ogun police spokesman, Abimbola Oyeyemi, mentioned “the command has noticed with nice concern, the reckless utilization of unregistered automobiles and bikes throughout the State and the speed at which they’re getting used to hold out heinous crimes.
Oyeyemi confirmed that “the latest coincidence was the assassination of an ICT lecturer who was blocked at Itori space by gunmen utilizing unregistered Lexus jeep.”
In view of this, the command warned that “anyone caught driving an unregistered automobile or motorbike can be handled and the automobile or motorbike can be impounded whereas the proprietor can be prosecuted.”
Talking additional, the police directed that “house owners of automobiles with manufacturing unit fitted tinted glasses are suggested to strategy the Command’s Division of operations for tinted allow certificates, whereas these utilizing artificially tinted glasses are suggested of their curiosity to take away them forthwith or face prosecution.
“In the meantime, Space Commanders and DPOs all through the States have been directed to clamp down on these plying the roads with unregistered automobiles and bikes, and automobiles with tinted glasses with no allow.
“As a company saddled with the constitutional accountability of safety of life and property, the Command is not going to fold its arms whereas criminally minded people’ make life troublesome for good folks of the State.
“The Command will due to this fact do every little thing inside its energy and legislation to deliver criminals to their knees, particularly as we’re approaching the yuletide season.”