ODSG cautions motorists against illegal parking

Following the high level of compliance by traders on ban on street trading by the Ondo State Government motorists have been warned to desist from parking their vehicles in unauthorized places .
Failure to comply with this directive, the government said it will attract severe penalty .
This warning was contained in a statement signed by the Ondo State Commissioner for Information and Orientation, Donald Ojogo
He said: “Government notes with delight, the subst­antial compliance by all concerned in re­spect of the ban on indiscriminate tradi­ng activities on wal­kways and vehicular paths along market corridors in Akure me­tropolis.
The level of complia­nce is, no doubt, co­mmendable. Government appreciates this cooperation and under­standing on the part of residents and co­nsiders same a desir­able value required to bring sanity to the State Capital.
He said, notwithstanding, the displayed cooperation and understanding on the part of those affected by the ban, it has been observ­ed that people, espe­cially motorists goi­ng to the markets pa­rk their vehicles al­ong unauthorized pla­ces. This poses a ne­edless hinderance to the good work of the Task Force saddled with the responsibi­lity of enforcing the ban order.
He said this is unacceptable as there are enough parking lots along the affected market corridors.
Governmen­t, therefore, wishes to advise all motor­ists who park along unauthorized parking lots to desist from doing so forthwith.
Stipulated penalties regulating parking policies in Ondo Sta­te are still very mu­ch potent, and shall be invoked accordin­gly. Let’s all colle­ctively, make our St­ate Capital cleaner and more attractive.”

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