Nigerian Today - Jimoh Moshood

Making phone calls at petrol stations is a criminal offence.

And there is a sanction for it – attempted Arson.

The police have initiated moves to start arresting defaulters in face of huge queues at petrol stations as scarcity of fuel persists.

The aim is to safeguard lives and properties.

Force spokesperson Jimoh Moshood in a chat with punch pointed out.

“Making phone calls or smoking at filling stations is a criminal offence and the police, of course, could arrest anyone violating the safety rules put in place to safeguard life and property at the filling stations.”

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