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|Your Take On People Being Arrested For Failing To Use A Pedestrian Bridge by Mrval20(m): 8:42am On Jun 11, 2016|
Last week, a guy going for an interview was arrested at Ikeja Along bus stop for not using the pedestrian bridge. He was sweating and begging but the officials reluctantly locked him up. I learnt he would have to bail himself and might even get tortured.
I really think there should be other ways of fining defaulters other than arresting and locking them. I don't even hink this can be done in any developed country.
I discussed this issue with some friends yesterday and I felt like knowing what Nigerians think about it.
|Re: Your Take On People Being Arrested For Failing To Use A Pedestrian Bridge by Perfectdanny(m): 8:54am On Jun 11, 2016|
Disciplined must be enforced just as rules must be followed.
|Re: Your Take On People Being Arrested For Failing To Use A Pedestrian Bridge by Mrval20(m): 9:41am On Jun 11, 2016|
Perfectdanny:Yes, I'm all for law enforcement and all but you wouldn't want to find yourself in such a situation
|Re: Your Take On People Being Arrested For Failing To Use A Pedestrian Bridge by jordyjoy: 2:20pm On Dec 02, 2016|
Obey simple rule... you won't fall into Wahala.
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