Friday, June 10, 2011

Bribery - Rivers Traffic Agency Dismisses 40 Officials

Daily Champion
10 June 2011

Port Harcourt — No fewer than 40 officials of the Rivers State Road Traffic Management Authority (TIMA­­-RIV), have been dismissed for their involvement in corrupt practices, the Controller General, Mr Nelson Jaja has disclosed.

This is as the agency said in its one year of existence, its has impounded thousands of vehicles for disobeying traffic laws and rules, with 570 cars currently in its parking lots in Port Harcourt, the state capital.
He said the agency does not have sympathy for traffic offenders in the state and its staff involved in bribery and corruption; hence those culpable have been shown the way out.

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