The Lagos Mobile Court has ordered permanent forfeiture of 31 vehicles to the state government for contravening the Traffic Laws.
The Chairman of the Lagos State Environment and Special Offenses, Olayinka Egbeyemi, issued the order after the drivers pleaded guilty.
He held that the 31 defendants pleaded guilty to the one-way traffic offense they were charged with.
Egbeyemi confirmed that out of 160 arraigned traffic offenders including those apprehended for driving against traffic, only 74 had so far appeared before the court.
While urging remaining 86 others who are yet to appear before the court to do so, Egbeyemi said the agency acted in response to series of complaints from the public.