Why risk my life and that of others because of a minute of impatience and incivism?
Passing traffic lights, especially in the absence of a law enforcement officer, is increasingly becoming a habit to be corrected in Benin.
Between the many injuries or deaths caused every day, and the statistics of material damage recorded, there is a need for both individual and collective awareness.
Just a moment of patience and a citizen's life is secure. So I don't need a Republican Police officer to stop me when the light is red.
My life depends on it, and that of others too.