No less than ten individuals were on Thursday summoned and sentenced by the Oyo state Environmental Court for damaging sanitation and waste administration laws in the state.
The convicts were captured at various areas in Ibadan, the state capital amid the week after week natural sanitation.
The wrongdoers incorporate Anita Lateef, Olaiya Usman, Sakariya Abdullahi, Rauadon Tairu, Yusuff Adamu, Bashiru Mustapha and Ishau Sheu.
Others are Aminat Oloyede, Akeem Alade and Anthony Sunday.
The main arrangement of guilty parties were charged for road exchanging while the second set were charged for subsiding/attacking the implementation group.
The punishment conveys one month detainment with a choice of fines.
In his judgment, the managing Magistrate, Mrs Adetuyibi F. said the wrongdoers were discovered blameworthy of the offense and were hence sentenced to one month detainment, or pay a fine of N5000 and N7500.
She expressed that the sentence was as per the state ecological sanitation laws 2013.
The Commissioner for Environment and Water Resources, Chief Isaac Ishola likewise avowed that the fines were in accordance with the state natural sanitation and waste administration laws.
He, in any case, revealed that the court will sit twice in seven days; Tuesdays and Thursdays.
The magistrate, in this manner, engaged dealers and the general population when all is said in done to consent and bolster government’s approach in guaranteeing safe and style environment.