A mobile court established by the Anambra State Command of the Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC), to try road traffic offenders in the State has convicted 42 persons.
The Sector’s Public Education Officer, Kamal Musa, in a statement said, a total of 45 traffic offenders were arrested and 42 convicted.
There were a total of 98 offences committed under which the offenders were tried.
The Mobile Court sat at Nteje, along Awka-Nteje-Onitsha expressway in Oyi local council area.
Musa said that the commission noticed that the most prevalent offences were non-possession of Drivers License under Drivers Licenses Violation (DLV) which accounted for 25 cases and Speed Limit Device (SLD), which accounted for 20 of the cases.
He said the mobile court exercise is part of the enforcement strategies put in place by the Corps to check the excesses of motorists plying the major highways.
In his reaction to the success of the Mobil court sitting, the sector commander in Anambra State, Mr Andrew A. Kumapayi said the essence is not to victimize but to check the excesses of erring drivers.
He admonished motorists to always adhere strictly to road traffic regulations “Drive Save and Stay Safe in this Ember Months,” he cautioned.