Anambra Stàte Government on Friday announced the ban on movement of fuel tankers during the daytime, such vehicles can only move at night within the state.
This is coming following recent fatal accidents involving trucks carrying petroleum products, that claimed lives and properties of people in Onitsha.
In a statement by the Commissioner for Information, Don Adinuba on Friday, November 1, 2019, the state government said such vehicles can only be allowed to move within the state from 8 p.m. to 5a.m. The statement reads:
“Following the incessant collapse of trucks carrying petroleum products in Anambra State in recent times, including one which happened in Onitsha earlier today(Thursday), the Anambra State Government has decided to restrict the time which vehicles laden with petroleum products can move in the state.
“With effect from Saturday, November 2, 2019, such vehicles can be allowed to move within Anambra State from only 8 p.m. to 5 a.m.
“The restriction is to enable agencies like the Anambra State Fire Service, the Nigeria Police Force, the Federal Road Safety Corps, the Civil Defence, the Anambra Traffic Management Agency and indeed all other security, law enforcement and safety agencies to respond effectively and in good time to emergencies created by such accidents.”
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