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Lagos dissolves Abandoned Vehicle Committee

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The Lagos State Government has dissolved the Abandoned Vehicle Committee (AVC) and the Park Monitoring Committee (PMC) following the expiration of their statutory tenure.

According to a statement signed by the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Transportation, Mr. Sewedo Oluseyi Whenu, the present administration express its appreciation to the Chairmen and members of the two committees for their invaluable contributions of keeping the highways and roads free of all abandoned vehicles.

The statement stated further that the diligent discharge of their assigned task has ensured the safety of commuters and other road users as well as those in motor parks and garages.

While wishing them success in their future endeavours, it emphasised that by the dissolution, members of the public especially the transport union and associations and the monitoring public should not transact any business with any member of the two committees on behalf of the State Government.

The Permanent Secretary, however, assured the general public of Government’s support in providing the enabling environment for socio-economic activities to thrive in the State.

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