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Kaduna govt commences release of all impounded vehicles: Official

The Kaduna State Traffic Law Enforcement Authority (KASTLEA) says it will release all motorcycles it impounded in 2022, as from Tuesday.

This is contained in a statement by KASTLEA’s Acting Corps Marshall, Carla Abdulmalik, issued on Sunday in Kaduna.

She however said that owners of the impounded motorcycles must pay fines and regularise their documents.

The Acting Corps Marshall said that the exercise would be conducted in batches beginning from December 20, 2022 to January 20, 2023.

According to her, the screening for documents will be done at Ahmadu Bello Stadium, where forms will be filled and photocopies of documents attached by the owners, as well as signing of undertaking.

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“Unregistered motorcycles will pay a registration fee  of N30,000.00 each and those without number plates or particulars will have to pay N12,000.00 each, totalling N42,000.00.”

“Owners of registered motorcycles will pay N20,000 and N3,700 for renewal of particulars, totalling N23,700.”

“Motorcycle owners are expected to present their national identity cards, motorcycle purchase receipts, registration particulars and  passport photographs, before the motorcycles are released to them,” she added.

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