Restrictions on commercial motorcyclists remain enforced, says LNP boss

Police officials say they have at no time lifted hundred percent restrictions on commercial motorcyclists contrary to local media reports.

Commercial motorcyclists were recently seen plying major streets in Monrovia on grounds that restrictions for plying central Monrovia have been lifted.

Police Inspector General, Patrick Sudue, told members of the Senate that the no-go-zone restrictions are not totally lifted.

Inspector General Sudue said the restrictions remain in strategic parts of the City.

He said the ban was only lifted in 2 out of the 13 no gone Zones, ELWA junction to Red Light and the Somalia Drive while central Monrovia and other major streets remain closed.

Meanwhile, the Police Chief has said some police officers are engaged in unprofessional acts because of very low salaries.

He said police do not receive logistics and in most instances buy their own uniforms.

Addressing Thursday  edition of the Ministry of Information regular press briefing in Monday, Inspector Sudue said the current Liberian Government is doing all it can to address some of the challenges confronting the Liberia national Police.

By: Joseph Taryon

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