Issue Date: Oct 15, 2007
for sanitation offenders: The state government of Lagos, Nigeria, has set up a sanitation court, which will prosecute offenders arrested for violating the state environmental sanitation exercise. The government has deployed two state counsels and two state prosecutors to prosecute sanitation law offenders. The state is also planning to set up five additional mobile courts in this connection. Offences could be any form of environmental pollution such as those concerning noise, water, air, littering or erecting posters and billboards without necessary approval.
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