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LASG-Oando EVs, TREKK Scooters-LASU partnership, FRSC recovers 385 stolen vehicles in 10 years, drugs hidden in Toyota Corolla, news in the past week.

NDLEA Seize Drug Consignments Hidden In Toyota Corolla Imported From Canada

LASG-Oando EVs, TREKK Scooters-LASU, FRSC Recovers 385 Stolen Vehicles In 10 Years, Drugs Hidden In Corolla, News In The Past Week - autojosh

Operatives of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) have seized 126 parcels of Canadian Loud, a synthetic strain of cannabis, concealed in a used Toyota Corolla imported from Toronto, Canada at the Tincan port in Lagos.

According to a press release by Femi Babafemi, Director, the Media and Advocacy NDLEA Headquarters, the drugs, weighing 63 kilograms, were concealed in the boot of one of the five used vehicles in a container coming from Toronto via Montreal.





“The previous day, Friday 28th April, NDLEA operatives at the Tincan port intercepted 63kg Canadian Loud packed in bags in the boot of one of the five used vehicles in a container marked, TLLU4840762 coming from Toronto via Montreal, during a joint examination with other stakeholders at the port.”

NDLEA Seize Drug Consignments Hidden In Toyota Corolla Imported From Canada

Photos : Gov. Sanwo-Olu Announces First Set Of Electric Buses For Lagos Mass Transit

LASG-Oando EVs, TREKK Scooters-LASU, FRSC Recovers 385 Stolen Vehicles In 10 Years, Drugs Hidden In Corolla, News In The Past Week - autojosh

Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu has announced the arrival of the first set of Yutong electric buses for the state’s mass transit scheme as part of the State Government’s increased effort to modernise every sector of Lagos.

Taken to his Instagram page on Sunday to share pictures of the Electric buses, Sanwo-Olu said :

“With the ability to travel 280km at full charge, taking into account our unique travel times in Lagos, our electric buses are a game-changer. With an average daily usage of 200km by existing BRTs, there is no need to fear that the buses can stop on the road.”





“Our new electric buses not only reduce carbon emissions but also increase efficiency. This means that Lagosians can say goodbye to high fuel costs and hello to cost-efficient transportation.”

National Vehicle Identification Scheme : FRSC Recovers 385 Stolen Vehicles In 10 Years

LASG-Oando EVs, TREKK Scooters-LASU, FRSC Recovers 385 Stolen Vehicles In 10 Years, Drugs Hidden In Corolla, News In The Past Week - autojosh

The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) says it has recovered over 385 stolen vehicles since the introduction of the National Vehicle Identification Scheme (NVIS).

The Corps Public Education Officer, Bisi Kazeem said in a statement on Monday in Abuja. According to him, the FRSC has recorded huge success with the introduction of the NVIS in the area of intelligence gathering and sharing.

He said that it facilitated the recovery of stolen vehicles, and “provided security agencies with adequate intelligence for speedy tracking of criminals”.

 

TREKK Scooters Partners With LASU, Launches Scooters As Alternative Intra-campus Transport

LASG-Oando EVs, TREKK Scooters-LASU, FRSC Recovers 385 Stolen Vehicles In 10 Years, Drugs Hidden In Corolla, News In The Past Week - autojosh

TREKK Scooters, Africa’s first scooter sharing platform, in partnership with the Lagos State University (LASU), on Friday 28th April 2023, launched its operation on the main campus of Lagos-owned institution in Ojo.

TREKK Scooters-Lagos State University partnership will allow students of the institution to explore an eco-friendly alternative to the bus shuttle service currently used on the Campus.

The company’s battery-powered scooters are parked at the University Main Gate, Ojo, where students or willing users can pay a designated amount using the TREKK App to ride the vehicle anywhere on the Campus.





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