The Lagos State Taskforce in collaboration with the Lagos State Ministry of Justice have auctioned 134 forfeited and abandoned vehicles at the Taskforce compound in Alausa, Ikeja.

The auction excercise which took place on Thursday witnessed members of the public troop out in numbers to participate in the sale of vehicles which were confiscated for various traffic offences ranging from driving on one-way to willful obstruction of traffic across various parts of the State.

Speaking to Newsmen at the event, Chairman of the Lagos State Taskforce, CSP Shola Jejeloye enlightened members of the public that traffic offense is not a criminal offense urging offenders who have been arrested to have the boldness and confidence to face the mobile court.

Also speaking at the auction, Coordinator of the Lagos State Special Offenses Mobile Court, Arinola Ogbara-Banjoko who described the exercise as seamless and well organised disclosed that all 134 vehicles on display had gone through due process of the court of law before being forfeited to the State Government for varying offenses.

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