Obianuju Catherine Udeh, popularly known as DJ Switch, has told the Lagos State Government about the order it recently secured from a mobile court to auction 88 cars seized from traffic offenders in the state.

The Lagos State Task Force on Environmental Sanitation and Special Offences (Enforcement Unit) confirmed that it has received an order from the Lagos State Mobile Court to auction 88 seized vehicles.

The vehicles were impounded for driving against traffic in different parts of the state.

According to Shola Jejeloye, the chairman of the authority, the owners of the vehicles were arraigned before the Mobile Court, which ordered the seizure.

The public auction is scheduled to take place on Wednesday, January 20, 2021, at the authority’s parking lot in Alausa, Ikeja, according to Jejeloye.

DJ Switch reacted in a video posted on her Instagram account on Tuesday, accusing the state government of carrying out such an action when it could have fined the perpetrators or sent them to jail.

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She also accused the Lagos State government of being criminals, adding that what was left of them was carrying arms around.

DJ Switch also called on her fellow celebrities not to oppose the decision of the state government to auction the cars of traffic offenders.

I just read in the news that the Lagos State Environmental Protection Agency through its incompetent and corrupt mobile court has given the order that people’s cars should be auctioned to be sold,” he said.

“What happened to the fines? Why can’t you fine these people? Give them something to pay or better yet a minimal jail sentence. A weekend in jail or community service.

“All of a sudden you want to sell the vehicles. You are a thief. The Lagos State government is a thief.

“You are too short to just carry guns. It is the gun that is left for you. You are a thief. ‘

“I am very sure that many of these people that their cars are there, screaming, but nobody knows them. Where are our celebrities?

“The government has not even come up with creative ways to distract us, and we are distracted. We still haven’t seen anyone hauled off to jail for the Lekki massacre.

“SARS is still running up and down the streets of the country, and no one is doing anything about it. I can continue the list of so many things that are going wrong.