Budding Scottish rugby star died in drink-drive crash miles from home after all-day drinking session at club
- Mitchell Todd, 21, was twice the legal drinking limit at the time of the crash
- He died as a result of a catastrophic brain injury he would not have survived
- Assistant deputy coroner gave a verdict of accidental death
Twice the legal limit: Mitchell Todd was not wearing a seatbelt and surrounded by empty wine bottles and beer cans when he crashed his car. Read the rest of this entry
The Lagos state governor, Babatunde Fashola has vowed to enforce the new traffic law and the existing environmental laws of the state to ensure the state remains environmentally-friendly.
The governor, who disclosed this on Tuesday [Nov. 6] after visiting some on-going projects sites, however warned visitors and those interested in coming to live in Lagos to keep abreast with the details of these laws so as not to break them.
OK, so what’s going on? Why are policemen now shooting indiscriminately while enforcing Lagos traffic laws? Last week they beat and stripped an Okada man at Unilag Junction, yesterday they killed another Okada man at Ilupeju Byepass, today another shooting, another death recorded.