FCT Police impounds 106 cars, motorcycles, and tricycles in Abuja over lockdown violation


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Abuja Police Command announces seizure of over 51 cars, 9 tricycles and 46 motorcycles for violating the COVID-19 lockdown directive.

Even when a pandemic like the COVID-19 outbreak is threatening the human race, some hard-headed individuals still won’t obey laws given to protect them. Such is the case with the recent FCT police command’s disclosure that it has currently impounded 106 motorcycles, tricycles and cars belonging to violators of government COVID-19 lockdown directive.


Cars Abuja Police seized and motorcycles, and tricycles from violators of the COVID-19 directive

Mr Anjuguri Manzah, the Public Relations Officer of the FCT Police command had made this recent disclosure that the division now has a total of 46 motorcycles, 9 tricycles, and 51 cars already impounded. He mentioned that these vehicles were seized from violators in Zuba, Mpape, Life-Camp, Kado, Jabi, Karu, Dutse Alhaji, Nyanya and many other parts of the FCT. In his public statement, Mr Manzah said;

“The Joint Operation Task -Team for the Enforcement of Presidential Lockdown order on Covid-19 in FCT, under the leadership of CP Bala Ciroma, the FCT Commissioner of Police has impounded Fifty-one (51) Cars, Nine (9) Tricycles and Forty-six (46) Motorcycles in FCT for violating the subsisting presidential lockdown directive aimed at containing the further spread of the Covid-19 pandemic.

“The cars, tricycles and motorcycles, which were being used by their owners in violation of the presidential lockdown order, were impounded by enforcement units of the Joint Operation Task Team on duty around Nyanya, Dutse Alhaji, Karu, Jabi, Kado, Life-camp, Mpape, Zuba and other parts of the Federal Capital Territory."

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The social distancing advice and government lockdown directives are not meant to punish citizens but instead to help curb the spread of the deadly Coronavirus infection in Nigeria. Naijauto strongly advises car owners and motorists to adhere strictly to this new rule for the sake of humanity.

If you are still wondering why the government lockdown directive at this moment, watch the video below to see how confirmed cases of COVID-19 infection is rising:

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Coronavirus is real.

#Stay_Home #Stay_Safe

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Oluwaseun Solomon is a prolific and diligent automobile writer at Naijauto.com. He's also an experienced digital marketer and a creative multimedia developer that specializes in video editing. He currently contributes informative and easy to read articles on topics covering transportation, traffic updates, auto industry updates, and different car reviews.
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