Photo: Drama As Police Arrest Goody Motors Driver In Benin Edo State For Violating Curfew Order

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September 28, 2016 – Photo: Drama As Police Arrest Goody Motors Driver In Benin Edo State For Violating No Movement Order

The officials of Edo state have arrested a commercial motorist at Sakponba Road for flaunting “no movement” order.

The driver of the vehicle, Goody Motors, pleaded with the Police for forgiveness even as passengers were seen acting unconcerned.

Earlier on Wednesday, just as the elections commenced, travelers lamented being held back on the Benin Express road as movement into the Benin city and environs was restricted.

While some of the travelers claimed ignorance of the no movement announcement, some said it was uncalled for to hold a major election during working house on a weekday.

Meanwhile, the curfew is expected to last from 6A.M. till 6P.M. on Wednesday to avoid any unexpected situation during the gubernatorial elections.

4 thoughts on “Photo: Drama As Police Arrest Goody Motors Driver In Benin Edo State For Violating Curfew Order

  1. Even on weekends, the Highway should be freed as the election is not a Nationwide event and travelers from other parts of the country might genuinely be unaware of the curfew. Moreover, roads are very bad in some parts of the country before your vehicle finally crawls to the area and you find you are to wait a further 12 hours in the middle of nowhere and probably with no food, because election is in progress somewhere can be very very very very FRUSTRATING indeed !!!

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