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Is There Any Law Against Burning Of Tires And Motor Parts In Ogun State? by holsconcept(m): 3:39pm On Dec 04, 2020
Ogun State has been enjoying calmness due to inactivity. There is absolutely no sign of government based on my perception of roads, dirty environment and living conditions. Besides, the issue of smokes from illegal dumpsites, burning of tires indiscriminately and burning of motor parts by Hausa people who trade in scraps has become worrisome. This people pollute the air irrespective of time. Most annoying part is that no one dares tell them. I was somewhere in Ago- Iwoye yesterday going towards the OOU permanent site, one Hausa man was busy burning remnants from cars that has been scrapped. The atmosphere was engulfed with smoke that makes it hard for me to see through and breathe. This is the same area students live. This is worrisome. With no good hospital in the town, how will the elderly cope?

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