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Truck proprietor fined N215,000 by Ogun TRACE kills self

A truck proprietor, recognized as Fatai Salami, has dedicated suicide after his truck was seized by officers of the Ogun State Site visitors Compliance and Enforcement Corps for flouting Covid-19 legal guidelines within the state.

Salami reportedly drank an insecticide, snipper, on the premises of the TRACE  after he was requested to pay N215,000 for flouting Covid-19 regulation within the state.

A supply advised Punch correspondent that TRACE officers seized the deceased’s truck from his driver in Abeokuta on Thursday for flouting social distancing order and failure to make use of face masks.

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He was stated to have gone to the premises of TRACE and pleaded for the discharge of his truck, however didn’t get his truck again.

Based on the supply, he had been sleeping on the premises since Thursday till Monday when he was capable of elevate a sum of N150,000, which was rejected.

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The supply stated the person threatened to kill himself, however was not taken significantly till he drank the snipper and died.

The Public Relations Officer of TRACE, Babatunde Akinbiyi, confirmed the loss of life of the person.

He stated, “The person was neither a truck driver not a truck proprietor. We solely noticed him there, he sat on the ground and the folks requested him to face up and as he stood up he introduced out one thing from his pocket and drank it.

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“We later found that it was snipper that he drank. He was rushed to the Normal Hospital, the place he gave up the ghost. The case has  been reported to the police.”

Akinbiyi denied that the person was fined.

“He was neither a driver nor a truck proprietor; what he got here right here to will we don’t know,” he added.

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