Lagos Commissioner’s Accident and Time for Rear Seat Belt Enforcement

It was not that the keyboard of his computer was broken or that he was trying his hand on a doggerel. Though it sounds like a poem, Mr Kehinde Bamigbetan, Lagos State Information Commissioner, repeated his lines with emphasis and to let his message, in its urgency, sink into the readers’ subconscious. In his words: “Use the belt on the rear seat…when in the car. Use the belt wherever you are in the car. Use the belt whenever wherever you are in any car in motion. A week ago, I forgot. And I regret it as I write. Be wise. Stay alive!”

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