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Mumaj Driving School Abandons Learner’s Car

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Mumaj Driving School learner’s vehicle with registration number ADE280 has been abandoned for quiet a long period of time at the middle of the vehicular route of the main Liverpool Street via Pademba Road Freetown.

Mumaj Driving School a renowned Driving School situated at 82 Pademba Road, Freetown, has flagrantly abandoned this vehicle for a couple of days now with little regards to the inconvenience it is causing to free movement of traffic.  Sierra Express Media has attempted to contact this Driving School but all efforts seem not to have bear fruit.  The crane lifter – we wonder though, has still not come to rake it over.

This medium is hereby calling on the Sierra Leone Road Authority (SLRA) to use the agency charged with the responsibility of toeing abandoned cars, as this is long over due.  We are also calling on this company to comply by honoring traffic rules.

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