By Oluwadamilare Daniels
Our camera caught up with this Toyota Hilux conveying dangerous rods around Computer Village, Ikeja. These rods are not more than 30 to 36 inches long in sizes and could cause accident, you could see that with the way the planks are protruding from the booth there is no way the driver could secure the rods from not jumping out of position if, he eventually bump into deep pothole.
Our Camera caught up with this Honda accord salon car in Festac conveying ‘Swing’ poles in his booth, the question that came to mind is when was Honda Accord/Toyota Hilux certified to be vehicles that should be conveying long poles to the extent of protruding dangerously in a manner that could disrupt public order?
This is a question for law enforcement agencies to answer.
In front of the Hilux above there is a Lagos State Environmental Sanitation Corps (LAGESC) van which have innocent Lagosians locked inside the Dingy compartment of the van for violating traffic law, like not using footbridge; selling beside the road or hawking.
While, this Toyota Hilux pictured above that could cause a greater havoc on road users is passing by without been quizzed.