2nd October 08:22 PM
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Concerns raised on the abuse of government vehicles on our roads
Concerns have been raised on the abuse of some of the government vehicles and how they are being driven on our roads without following the road rules. There have been reports of speeding, some people in government vehicles abusing the flashing lights which they have put on their dashboards, the usage of hazard lights unnecessarily, overtaking of
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