LASTMA Trains Traffic Officers In 7 States

The Lagos State Traffic Management Authority, LASTMA, has said it has begun retraining traffic agencies and their officials in seven states across the federation.
The States include Delta Ogun, Oyo, Ekiti, Kwara and Rivers, a government statement said.
LASTMA said the exercise is in tandem with ‘its age long tradition of brotherhood, support and cooperation with other sister states’. Two LASTMA officials, Yekeen Babatunde Bello and Femi Falade are currently in charge of the Kwara State Road Traffic Management Authority (KWARTMA) and Oyo State Road Traffic Management Authority (OYRTMA) respectively. Also, Dennis Oloriegbe, another official, has been seconded to Edo state, where he will be resuming as the new Managing Director of the State’s Traffic Management Agency.
The statement described Oloriegbe as a dedicate and astute official, who has penchant for finding human and mechanical solutions to chronic traffic problems. Before his latest appointment, Oloriegbe was seconded to the Lagos State Drivers’ Institute as one of the foundation staff and pioneer instructor. He later became the head of Ikeja Training Institute.

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